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His Voice Is in the Thunder, in the Storm

Author: luke Connaughton, 1917-1979

Used Pseudonyms Peter Icarus and J. Smith. Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: His voice is in the thunder, in the storm
Title: His Voice Is in the Thunder, in the Storm
Author: luke Connaughton, 1917-1979 (alt.)
Meter: 10.10.10.10
Language: English
Copyright: © 1970, Mayher McCrimmon Ltd.

Tune

FLENTGE

FLENTGE was commissioned for Songs of Thanks and Praise: A Hymnal Supplement (1980), where it was set to "Eternal Spirit of the Living Christ." Composer Carl Schalk named the tune after his mother's family name, which is also his middle name. FLENTGE is music for unison singing, in four long phrases…

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Worship (3rd ed.) #515



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