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Psalm 150

Praise ye the Lord, Hallelujah! Everybody praise the Lord

Author: J. Jefferson Cleveland
Tune: [Praise God with the sound of trumpet]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: J. Jefferson Cleveland

Judge Jefferson Cleveland (1937-1986) was one of the most important scholars and editors of African-American congregational song of the 20th century. Along with Verogla Nix, he edited what is arguably the most groundbreaking collection of African-American song in the last half of the 20th century, Songs of Zion (1981/1982). Lutheran hymnologist Marilyn Stulken provides a biographical sketch of Cleveland’s life and accomplishments. Born in Georgia, Cleveland graduated from Clark College (Atlanta), Illinois Wesleyan University and received his doctorate in education from Boston University. He served on the faculty of three historically black Christian colleges: Claflin College (South Carolina), Langston University (Oklahoma), and Ja… Go to person page >

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First Line: Praise ye the Lord, Hallelujah! Everybody praise the Lord
Title: Psalm 150
Author: J. Jefferson Cleveland
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading of psalm 150
Copyright: © 1981 J. Jefferson Cleveland

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The Covenant Hymnal #861

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