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No Hay Dios Tan Grande Como Tú (There's No God as Great as You, O Lord)

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Y esos montes se moverán (The hills and mountains, they shall be moved)

Translator: Mary Louise Bringle
Tune: NO HAY DIOS
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Translator: Mary Louise Bringle

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Text Information

First Line: Y esos montes se moverán (The hills and mountains, they shall be moved)
Title: No Hay Dios Tan Grande Como Tú (There's No God as Great as You, O Lord)
Translator: Mary Louise Bringle
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: No hay Dios tan grande como tú (There's no God as great as you, O Lord)
Copyright: English tr. © 2012, GIA Publications, Inc.

Tune

NO HAY DIOS

Like much Hispanic folk music, NO HAY DIOS has simple harmonies. The melody is matched by a parallel line found alternately in the alto and tenor line. That parallel line, either the interval of a third or a sixth below the melody, makes for good duet possibilities (see. 1 and 3-soprano and tenor du…

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Instances

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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #525

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