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88A. Dans nos obscurités (Within Our Darkest Night)

Text Information
First Line: Dans nos obscurités (Within our darkest night; En nuestra oscuridad; Im Dunkel unsrer Nacht)
Title: Dans nos obscurités (Within Our Darkest Night)
Author: Community of Taizé
Language: English; French; Spanish; German; Chinese; Hungarian; Korean; Swahili
Publication Date: 2012
Scripture:
Topic: Affliction; Church Year: Good Friday; Darkness (25 more...)
Source: The Messge (Psalm text)
Copyright: Hymn © 1991 Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, Taizé Community, France, GIA Publications, Inc., exclusive North American agent; Psalm text © 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 2000 2001 2002. Used by permission of Nav press Publishing Group
Notes: Psalm text may be read with singing of "Dans nos obscurités (Within Our Darkest Night)"
Tune Information
Name: [Within our darkest night]
Composer: Community of Taizé
Key: e minor
Copyright: © 1991 Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, Taizé Community, France, GIA Publications, Inc., exclusive North American agent
Notes: The ostinato refrain may be sung softly or hummed while a leader reads portions of the psalm. (Portions of the psalm as paraphrased in The Message are provided on p. 538.) This may conclude with the prayer on p. 538.



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