Miren qué bueno (Oh, Look and Wonder)

Author: Pablo Sosa

Pablo Sosa (b. 1933), born in Chivilcoy, Argentina, but residing now in Buenos Aires. A Methodist pastor, Mr. Sosa studied theology at ISEDET and church music at Westminster Choir College (Princeton), the Hochschule für Musik (Berlin) and Union Theological Seminary’s School of Sacred Music (New York). He has served as a professor at ISEDET and at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires. Mr. Sosa is known for his leadership in ecumenical activities worldwide, including assemblies of the World Council of Churches, ecumenical base communities, United Methodist Global Gatherings and Women’s Assemblies. His workshops have taken him to many corners of the earth and his compositions appear in a wide variety of hymnals and globa… Go to person page >

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First Line: Miren qué bueno es (How good it is when brothers)
Title: Miren qué bueno (Oh, Look and Wonder)
Spanish Title: Miren qué bueno
Author: Pablo Sosa
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Miren qué bueno, qué bueno es (Oh, look and wonder how good it is)
Copyright: © 1972 GIA Publications, Inc.



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