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Psalm 4

Author: Brother Anthony of Taizé

Also known as Sonjae An, Anthony Teague Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In the night I can take my rest
Title: Psalm 4
Author: Brother Anthony of Taizé (1979)
Language: English
Notes: Responsorial refrain to responsive reading.
Copyright: © 1979 Brother Anthony Teague. Reprinted by permissionof Mowbray, a division of Cassell, Artillery House, Artillery Row, London SWIP JRT.

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Hymns for a Pilgrim People #585

Psalms for All Seasons #4B

The Presbyterian Hymnal #160

Voices United #727

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