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Two People Came to Church to Pray

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Author: Adam M. L. Tice

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Text Information

First Line: Two people came to church to pray
Title: Two People Came to Church to Pray
Author: Adam M. L. Tice
Language: English
Copyright: © GIA Publications.

Tune

FOREST GREEN

FOREST GREEN is an English folk tune associated with the ballad "The Ploughboy's Dream." Ralph Vaughan Williams (PHH 316) turned FOREST GREEN into a hymn tune for The English Hymnal (1906), using it as a setting for "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Shaped in rounded bar form (AABA), FOREST GREEN has th…

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MAPLE AVENUE

Richard L.Van Oss (b. Grand Rapids, MI, 1953) composed MAPLE AVENUE in 1984 for this text; it was first sung in 1985 by the senior choir of Maple Avenue Christian Reformed Church. Intended for unison singing, this tune consists of four phrases, the fourth being a repeat of the second. The repeated p…

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Timeline

Instances

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Singing the New Testament #69

Worship (4th ed.) #757

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