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Alabaré (Alabaré, We sing the Praises of Our God)

Author: Manuel José Alonso

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Author: José Pagán

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Translator: Ronald F. Krisman

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Text Information

First Line: Juan vio el número de los redimos (John had a vision of those redeemed by Jesus)
Title: Alabaré (Alabaré, We sing the Praises of Our God)
Author: Manuel José Alonso
Author: José Pagán
Translator: Ronald F. Krisman
Meter: Irregular con estribillo
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Alabaré, alabaré
Copyright: © 1979, tr. 2011, Maneul José Alonso, y José Pagán. Otra publicada por OCP.

Tune

ALABARÉ

José Pagán-Lopez (b. Fortuna, Murcia, Spain, 1916) composed ALABARE in the style of a folk song; the short phrases, the singing in parallel thirds, and the rhythmic style are clearly Hispanic in flavor. Make use of the little echo phrases in the refrain. The accompaniment is for piano or guitar; h…

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