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96A. Come and Sing a New Song

Text Information
First Line: Come and sing a new song
Title: Come and Sing a New Song
Translator: Alison Blenkinsop
Publication Date: 2012
Scripture: Psalm 96
Topic: Church Year: Advent; Disciples / Calling; Earth (37 more...)
Source: Punjabi
Copyright: © Alison Blenkinsop
Tune Information
Name: [Come and sing a new song]
Arranger: Geoff Weaver
Arranger (ostinato acc.): Martin Tel
Key: C Major
Source: Punjabi
Copyright: © The Royal School of Church Music; Ostinato acc. © 2011 Faith Alive Christian Resouces
Notes: When using the ostinato accompaniment, all should sing in unison. The ostinato pattern does not stop at the fermata. The singing of subsequent stanzas falls into place with the beginning of the next two-measure ostinato pattern. Alternate ostinato accompaniment for Orff instruments or xylophones






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