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PCOCS

Composer: Seung Nam Kim

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Adapter: Paul Junggap Huh

Dr. Paul Junggap Huh Assistant Professor of Worship and Director of Korean American Ministries Dr. Huh's research interests include liturgical musicology, space, time, history, theology, and arts in both Korean and North American settings. Additionally, he is interested in the praxis of bilingual/bicultural performing, designing, leading, and evaluating worship in an ecumenical setting. Education: PhD, Drew University MDiv, Princeton Theological Seminary MA, City University of New York MMus, Biola University BA, Wheaton College Denomination: Presbyterian Church (USA) --www.ctsnet.edu Go to person page >

Arranger: Alfred V. Fedak

Alfred Fedak (b. 1953), is a well-known organist, composer, and Minister of Music at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Capitol Hill in Albany, New York. He graduated from Hope College in 1975 with degrees in organ performance and music history. He obtained a Master’s degree in organ performance from Montclair State University, and has also studied at Westminster Choir College, Eastman School of Music, the Institute for European Studies in Vienna, and at the first Cambridge Choral Studies Seminar at Clare College, Cambridge. As a composer, he has over 200 choral and organ works in print, and has three published anthologies of his work (Selah Publishing). In 1995, he was named a Visiting Fellow in Church Music at Episcopal Seminary of… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: PCOCS
Composer: Seung Nam Kim (2001)
Adapter: Paul Junggap Huh (2011)
Arranger: Alfred V. Fedak (2011)
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Key: b minor
Copyright: Arr. © 2011 Alfred V. Fedak;© 2011 Paul Junggap Huh and Seung Nam Kim

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