Joyfully Singing

Representative Text

1 Joyfully singing to the Lord,
praising God on high,
all of the earth in thankfulness
joins in glad reply.

Refrain:
Blessed are your days,
holy are your nights,
wondrous is your love all of our lives.
Lord, bring us together from east and from the west.
Show us your mountain, your dwelling place,
your life of holiness.

2 God, in your mercy, free our hearts
to praise your holy name,
helping the poor and lowly ones
faithfully proclaim. [Refrain]

3 Gather the nations to you, Lord,
draw them to your care,
coming from all distant lands
gladly to declare. [Refrain]

Source: RitualSong: a hymnal and service book for Roman Catholics #682

Author: Mike Balhoff

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Author: Gary Daigle

Gary Daigle is director of music at St. Edna Catholic Church in Arlington Heights, IL. His first compositions for musical liturgy were collaborations with the Dameans on the collection Remember Your Love (1978). Gary continues to work with the Dameans as a composer, arranger, and producer. In 1993, he released Praise the Maker’s Love, his first collection under his own name. More recent collaborations have been with Rory Cooney. Gary has produced all of Rory's most recent collections and he has set a number of Rory's texts to music. He has also produced recordings by Donna Peña, John Foley, S.J., Jaime Cortez, Liam Lawton, and the GIA Choral Subscription Service recordings. Gary received his Bachelor of Music from Southeastern Louisiana… Go to person page >

Author: Darryl Ducote

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Text Information

First Line: Joyfully singing to the Lord
Title: Joyfully Singing
Author: Mike Balhoff
Author: Gary Daigle
Author: Darryl Ducote
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Blessed are your days
Copyright: © 1985, Damean Music. Distributed by GIA Publications, Inc.

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RitualSong #682

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