641. When in Our Music God Is Glorified

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Text Information
First Line: When in our music God is glorified
Title: When in Our Music God Is Glorified
Author: Fred Pratt Green (1972, alt.)
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: 1 Chronicles 16:4-13; Psalm 33:1-9; Psalm 92:1-4; Psalm 98; Psalm 150; Matthew 26:30; Mark 14:26; Colossians 3:16; James 5:13-20
Topic: Adoration; The Church; Creation (3 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 1972 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Composer: Charles Villiers Stanford (1904, alt.)
Key: G Major or modal
Notes: This tune in a lower key, 485

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Written to supply this tune with words suitable for occasions celebrating music, this text explores how human song gives voice to creation, how music can convey new insight, how sung faith has kept the church authentic, how Jesus relied on the psalms, and how sound can be praise.

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