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62b. Psalm 71

Text Information
First Line: In you, O LORD, I take refuge
Title: Psalm 71
Latin Title: In Domine speravi
Publication Date: 2011
Scripture: Psalm 71
Topic: Psalms
Source: Antiphon: Lectionary for Mass; Verses: The Revised Grail Psalms
Language: English
Refrain First Line: My God, my God, come quickly to help me
Notes: Responsive antiphon to chanting of Psalm 71, Conception Abbey tone and Gelineau tone included
Copyright: Antiphon © 1969, 1918, 1997, ICEL; Verses © 2010, Conception Abbey and The Grail, admin. by GIA Publications, Inc., agent
Tune Information
Name: [My God, my God, come quickly to help me]
Composer (Antiphon): Ronald F. Krisman
Composer (Gelineau tone): Joseph Gelineau
Composer (Conception Abbey ton: Gregory J. Polan, OSB
Key: a minor
Source: Gelineau tone: Mode Mi; Conception Abbey Tone: Mode 4
Copyright: Antiphon © 2011 GIA Publicatins, Inc.; Gelineau tone © 1963, The Grail, GIA Publications, Inc., agent; Conception Abbey tone © 2010, Conception Abbey, admin. GIA Publications, Inc.






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