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Clap Your Hands

Clap your hands, all you nations, shout to God.

Adapter: Greg Scheer (2009)
Tune: [Clap your hands, all you nations, shout to God]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: Recording

Adapter: Greg Scheer

Greg Scheer is Minister of Worship at Church of the Servant in Grand Rapids and Music Associate at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. His writings include the book, The Art of Worship (Baker Books, 2006) and contributions to Reformed Worship, The Hymn, Call to Worship and Worship Leader and New Songs of Celebration Render (2013, GIA, ed C. Michael Hawn). His music is available from Augsburg Fortress, Abingdon, GIA (forthcoming), WorshipToday, Faith Alive and at www.gregscheer.com. Greg is also co-founder of Hymnary.org and source of many ideas and inspirations, some good. Greg Scheer Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Clap your hands, all you nations, shout to God.
Title: Clap Your Hands
Adapter: Greg Scheer (2009)
Language: English
Copyright: © 2009 Greg Scheer

Timeline

Instances

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Audio

Global Songs for Worship #15

Psalms for All Seasons #47D

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