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85B. Dona nobis pacem

Text Information
First Line: I will hear what the Lord has to say
Title: Dona nobis pacem
Refrain First Line: Dona nobis pacem
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Atonement; Biblical Names and Places: Jacob; Church Year: Advent (29 more...)
Source: Traditional
Tune Information
Name: [I will hear what the Lord has to say]
Composer: Community of Taizé
Key: D Major
Copyright: © 1982, 1983 1984 Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, Taizé Community, France, GIA Publications, Inc. exclusive North American agent.
Notes: The congregation may repeat the ostinato refrain for some time before the solo voice begins singing the verses. It is intended that the singing of the ostinato refrain continues as the soloist sings the stanzas. The congregation may sing the ostinato alone a few times between stanzas.

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