Go Now in Peace

Now, Lord, you have kept your word: Let your servant go in peace (Hopson)

Author: Hal H. Hopson
Tune: [Now, Lord, you have kept your word]
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Author: Hal H. Hopson

Hal H. Hopson (b. Texas, 1933) is a prolific composer, arranger, clinician, teacher and promoter of congregational song, with more than 1300 published works, especially of hymn and psalm arrangements, choir anthems, and creative ideas for choral and organ music in worship. Born in Texas, with degrees from Baylor University (BA, 1954), and Southern Baptist Seminary (MSM, 1956), he served churches in Nashville, TN, and most recently at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas. He has served on national boards of the Presbyterian Association of Musicians and the Choristers Guild, and taught numerous workshops at various national conferences. In 2009, a collection of sixty four of his hymn tunes were published in Hymns for Our Time:… Go to person page >

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First Line: Now, Lord, you have kept your word: Let your servant go in peace (Hopson)
Title: Go Now in Peace
Author: Hal H. Hopson
Refrain First Line: Go now in peace
Copyright: © 1983 Hope Publishing Company

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