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Ao Orarmos, Senhor

Ao orarmos, Senhor, vem enchar-nos com teu amor

Author: Ralph Carmichael (1970)
Tune: TRANSFORMAÇÃO
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Ralph Carmichael

Ralph Carmichael (born 28 May 1927, Quincy, Illinois) is a composer and arranger of both secular pop music and contemporary Christian music, being regarded as one of the pioneers of the latter genre. Married to Marvella and father to composer and artist Carol Parks. His big break came at the end of the 1950s, when his work came to the attention of Capitol Records, who asked him to provide the arrangements for an album of mainly sacred Christmas songs by one of the label's biggest stars, Nat King Cole. The result, The Magic of Christmas, was released for the 1960 festive season, by which time Capitol had already set Carmichael to work with Cole on more secular albums. Carmichael duly became Cole's most regularly utilised arranger from… Go to person page >

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First Line: Ao orarmos, Senhor, vem enchar-nos com teu amor
Title: Ao Orarmos, Senhor
English Title: As We Come to Thee in Praye
Author: Ralph Carmichael (1970)
Meter: Irregular
Source: Committee of Hinário para o Culto Cristão, tr., 1988
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: Copyright translation 1990 JUERP. All rights reserved.

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Hinário para o Culto Cristão #374

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