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61. [Lord God, your love has called us here]

Text Information
First Line: [Lord God, your love has called us here]
Publication Date: 1991
Notes: A. Lord God, your Love Has Called Us Here (United Methodist Hymnal #579; B. Give Me a Faith Which Can Remove (United Methodist Hymnal #650)
Tune Information
Name: CAREY'S (SURREY)
Composer: Henry Carey
Arranger: Henry Coleman
Key: F Major
Source: Harm. from Harmonia Sacra by Thomas Butts
Notes: Harmonization 4 (Choral or Instrumental); This historical harmonization, used in the time of the Wesley's, may be performed in any number of ways. woodwinds, brass, or strings may be used, or a choir may sing any stanza of either hymn (enter the text in the spaces and duplicate for choir members as desired). The figured bass may be realized by violoncello and/or double bass.



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