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149. Let's Sing Unto the Lord

Text Information
First Line: Cantemos al Señor un himno de alegría (Let's sing unto the Lord a hymn of glad rejoicing)
Title: Let's Sing Unto the Lord
Spanish Title: Cantemos al Señor
Translator: Elise S. Eslinger (1983, 1987)
Translator: Roberto Escamilla (1983, 1987)
Paraphraser: George Lockwood (1983, 1987)
Author: Carlos Rosas
Publication Date: 1989
Meter: 67.68 D with Refrain
Topic: The Glory of the Triune God: Creation; Adoration and Praise; Creation (3 more...)
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Aleluya! Aleluya! Cantemos al Señor (Alleluia! Alleluia! Let's sing unto the Lord)
Notes: Hymnal states trans. copyrighted 1989 The United Methodist Publishing House, however, it is now copyrighted by OCP
Copyright: © 1976 Resource Publications. admin. OCP Publications
Tune Information
Composer: Carlos Rosas
Arranger: Raquel Mora Martinez
Meter: 67.68 D with Refrain
Key: d minor
Copyright: © 1976 Resource Publications, admin. OCP Publications; Arr. © 1983 Resource Publications, admin. OCP Publications
Notes: Hymnal states arr. copyrighted by United Methodist Publishing House, but it now is assigned to OCP

Audio recording: Sample
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