Al Señor clamé (I Am Crying Out to God)

Al Señor clamé estando en angustia (I am crying out to God in my anguish)

Author: Carlos Colón; Alterer (translation): Martin Tel; Translator: Greg Scheer (alt.)
Tune: RIO FRIO
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Author: Carlos Colón

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Alterer (translation): Martin Tel

Martin Tel is the C. F. Seabrook Director of Music at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. He conducts the seminary choirs, teaches courses in church music, and administers the music for the daily seminary worship services. He served as senior editor of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship (2012). His love for music began in a dairy barn in rural Washington State, where he heard his father belt out psalms and hymns while milking the cows. Martin earned degrees in church music and theology from Dordt College, the University of Notre Dame, Calvin Theological Seminary, and the University of Kansas. He has served as minister of music in Christian Reformed, Reformed Church in America, and Presbyterian congre… Go to person page >

Translator: Greg Scheer

Greg Scheer is a composer, author, and speaker. His life’s work includes two sons (Simon and Theo), two books (The Art of Worship, 2006, and Essential Worship, 2016), and hundreds of compositions, songs, and arrangements in a dizzying variety of styles. 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: Al Señor clamé estando en angustia (I am crying out to God in my anguish)
Title: Al Señor clamé (I Am Crying Out to God)
Spanish Title: Al Señor clamé estando en angustia
Author: Carlos Colón
Translator: Greg Scheer (alt.)
Alterer (translation): Martin Tel
Meter: Irregular
Language: English; Spanish
Copyright: © 2019, GIA Publications, Inc.

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