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Tu És Digno

Author: Pauline Michael Mills

In her teens, Pauline was a pianist for Stockton, California, area churches. In 1975, she was ordained by L.I.F.E. Bible College in Los Angeles. On an evangelism tour, her son told a congregation to offer their favorite scripture and--without telling her in advance--said his mother would write music for it before the service was over. "Thou Art Worthy" was the result. --Daniel Mahraun (from fredbockmusic.com) Go to person page >

Translator: Isidoro Lessa de Paula

(no biographical information available about Isidoro Lessa de Paula.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Tu és digno, tu és digno
Title: Tu És Digno
English Title: Thou Art Worthy
Translator: Isidoro Lessa de Paula (1987)
Author: Pauline Michael Mills (1963)
Meter: Irregular
Language: Portuguese
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright: Copyright 1963, 1975 Fred Bock Music Company. Copyright renewed 1990. All rights reserved. Used by permission.; Copyright translation 1990 Isidoro L. de Paula. Used by permission.

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WORTHY (Mills)

WORTHY is a simple chorus that is best sung unaccompanied and in harmony performance tempos on this song vary immensely, but bear in mind that it must not be rushed. Keep one pulse per measure. The song must convey a sense of dignity, awe, and majesty. It is common in the tradition of Scripture sing…

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