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Salmo 141 (Salmo de Incienso) (Psalm 141 (Incense Psalm))

Señor, te llamo, ven a mí (I have called to you, O God)

Author: Tony Alonso
Tune: [Señor, te llamo, ven a mí]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Tony Alonso

Tony Alonso has published several collections of liturgical music and his music appears in many hymnals throughout the world. He has an Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University and a M.A. degree in theology from Loyola Marymount University.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Señor, te llamo, ven a mí (I have called to you, O God)
Title: Salmo 141 (Salmo de Incienso) (Psalm 141 (Incense Psalm))
Author: Tony Alonso
Source: Antifona española Liturgia de la Horas
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Suba mi oración como incienso en tu presencia (Let my prayer rise up like incense in your presence]
Copyright: Salmo 141 © 2008, GIA Publications, Inc.; Antifona española © 1981, Comisión Episcopal Española de Liturgia


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