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793. Psalm 70

Response: (Holy Week & General)
Out of the depths I cry to thee;
Lord, hear me, I implore thee!

Text Information
First Line: Out of the depths I cry to thee
Title: Psalm 70
Author: Martin Luther
Translator: Catherine Winkworth
Publication Date: 1989
Scripture: Psalm 70; Psalm 130:1-2
Topic: Psalter; Christian Year: Holy Week
Language: English
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading.
Tune Information
Name: [Out of the depths I cry to thee]
Composer (attributed to): Martin Luther
Incipit: 51565 4345
Key: a minor



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