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Lift Up Your Voices

Author: Martin Tel

Martin Tel, Princeton Seminary’s C.F. Seabrook Director of Music, earned an M.Mus. from the University of Notre Dame, an M.A. from Calvin Theological Seminary, and a D.M.A. from the University of Kansas. Tel is interested in congregational singing and the Psalter. His courses cover musical resources for the congregation, the Psalms in worship, and collaborative worship planning. --www.ptsem.edu/ Go to person page >

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First Line: Lift up your voices, shout and sing!
Title: Lift Up Your Voices
Author: Martin Tel
Language: English
Notes: Responsive refrain with reading of Psalm 68. For another setting of Ps. 68 see 212
Copyright: © 2011 Martin Tel, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources

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OLD 113TH

GENEVAN 68 is usually attributed to Matthäus Greiter (b. Aichach, Bavaria, 1490; d. Strasbourg, France, 1550). It was published as a setting for Psalm 119 in Das dritt theil Strassburger Kirchenampt (1525), which Greiter and his friend Wolfgang Dachstein edited. Greiter studied at Freiburg Universi…

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