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H. A. Pandopo

Arranger of "NYANYIKANLAH" in Psalms for All Seasons Pseudonym. See Dop, Hermanus Arie van, 1935- Van Dop alias ​​Pandopo Song of the Church (KJ), Complementary Song Church (PKI) and Sing New Song (NKB) many HA Van Dop or alias that is HA Pandopo. Van Dop is a church music experts who worked in Indonesia for 40 years. During the past 40 years along with colleagues from different ethnic in Indonesia, he is creating, composing, singing menyair and translating thousands of churches. He also taught at STT Jakarta and encourage employment Church Music Foundation (Yamuger). He was a man who truly obsessed with church music. Dedicated his entire future on church music in Indonesia. --st291735.sitekno.com/

Hermanus Arie van Dop

b. 1935 Person Name: H. A. Pandopo Arranger of "[Nyanyikanlah nyanyian banu bagi]" in Global Songs for Worship Van Dop alias ​​Pandopo Song of the Church (KJ), Complementary Song Church (PKI) and Sing New Song (NKB) many HA Van Dop or alias that is HA Pandopo. Van Dop is a church music experts who worked in Indonesia for 40 years. During the past 40 years along with colleagues from different ethnic in Indonesia, he is creating, composing, singing menyair and translating thousands of churches. He also taught at STT Jakarta and encourage employment Church Music Foundation (Yamuger). He was a man who truly obsessed with church music. Dedicated his entire future on church music in Indonesia. --st291735.sitekno.com/

Tilly Lubis

Author of "Psalm 148: Nyanyikanlah Nyanyian Baru (Hallelujah! Sing Praise to Your Creator)" in Global Songs for Worship

David J. Diephouse

b. 1947 Person Name: David Diephouse Author (English) of "Psalm 148: Nyanyikanlah Nyanyian Baru (Hallelujah! Sing Praise to Your Creator)" in Global Songs for Worship David James Diephouse (b. 1947) a long-time professor of history, received his B.A. from Calvin College, and M.A. and Ph.D. at Princeton University. He taught history at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, before moving to Calvin College in 1976, where he taught modern European history and also served as a visiting instructor at Calvin Theological Seminary. Much of his research deals with the role of religion in 19th and 20th century German society and culture; one of his publications is Pastors and Pluralism in Württemberg 1918-1933. He served Calvin College as an academic dean and in several other administrative capacities, and retired from teaching in 2013. Emily Brink

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