The companion of our people (Que acompaña a nuestro pueblo)

Translator: C. Michael Hawn; Author: Guillermo Cuellar (1980)
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Translator: C. Michael Hawn

C. Michael Hawn University Distinguished Professor of Church Music Director, Master of Sacred Music Program Education D.M.A., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1975; M.C.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1972; B.M.E., Wheaton College, 1970 Teaching Specialties Worship and music, worship and culture, Seminary Singers, hymnology Research Interests Global music and worship, cross-cultural worship, enlivening congregational song Selected Publications :: C. Michael Hawn, ed., New Songs of Celebration Render: Congregational Singing in the Twenty-First Century (Chicago: GIA Publications, Inc., 2013) :: C. Michael Hawn, contributor, Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology (Norwich, UK: Canterbury Press, 2013), http://hym… Go to person page >

Author: Guillermo Cuellar

In the mid-1980s, composer Guillermo Cuéllar composed the folk mass La Misa Popular Salvadoreña as a result of a commission from Archbishop Oscar Romero. Romero was assassinated while celebrating mass in El Salvador. Cuéllar himself was forced into exile for ten years due to threats on his life. Sing! A New Creation  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The companion of our people (Que acompaña a nuestro pueblo)
Title: Holy
Spanish Title: Que acompaña a nuestro pueblo
Translator: C. Michael Hawn
Author: Guillermo Cuellar (1980)
Meter: 87 87 D 87 76 D con intro
Source: Misa Popular Salvadoreña c. 1980
Place of Origin: El Salvador
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Santo, santo, santo, santo (Holy, holy, holy, holy)
Publication Date: 1999
Copyright: Spanish words © 1988 GIA Publications, Inc. Used by permission.; Translation © 1999 Choristers Guild


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