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Sing to the Lord a New Song

Author: Scott Soper

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Text Information

First Line: Sing to the Lord a new song; Sing to God, all you lands
Title: Sing to the Lord a New Song
Author: Scott Soper
Meter: 7.6.7.6.6.7.6
Publication Date: 2012
Copyright: © 2005 World Library Publications

Tune

ES IST EIN ROS (5556553)

First published with the text in the Cologne Gesangbuch of 1599 (see above), ES IST EIN ROS is a rounded bar form tune (AABA). The tune has characteristics of a Renaissance madrigal; it invites performance by an unaccompanied choir so that all the fine part writing and subtle rhythms can be clearly…

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