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O God, Why Are You Silent?

Author: Marty Haugen

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Text Information

First Line: O God, why are you silent?
Title: O God, Why Are You Silent?
Author: Marty Haugen
Meter: 7.6.7.6 D
Language: English
Copyright: © 2003, GIA Publications, Inc

Tune

PASSION CHORALE (Hassler)

The tune HERZLICH TUT MICH VERLANGEN has been associated with Gerhardt's text ["O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden"] since they were first published together in 1656. The tune's first association with a sacred text was its attachment in 1913 [sic: should read 1613] to Christoph Knoll's funeral text "Herzl…

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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #703

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Gather (3rd ed.) #668

Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition #570

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