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Canta aleluya al Señor

Author: Linda Stassen

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es trad., #2 -5: Sonia Andrea Linares M.

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Text Information

First Line: Canta aleluya al Señor
Author: Linda Stassen (1974)
es trad., #2 -5: Sonia Andrea Linares M. (1990)
Language: Spanish
Copyright: ©1974 Linda Stassen, admin. New Song Ministries.

Tune

SING ALLELUIA (Stassen)

Stassen-Benjamin's music appears in various collections with slight variations in the second part. The version here permits continuous singing of the two parts at the distance of one measure. The second part imitates the first part initially and again at the close, but the middle line of the second…

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