Blest Be God, Praised Forever (Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa)

Blest be God, praised forever and worshiped (Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa)

Author: Anon.; Paraphraser (into English): James Minchin
Tune: SANAA
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Author: Anon.

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Paraphraser (into English): James Minchin

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First Line: Blest be God, praised forever and worshiped (Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa)
Title: Blest Be God, Praised Forever (Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa)
Punjabi Title: Rab ki hove sanaa hameshaa
Author: Anon.
Paraphraser (into English): James Minchin
Meter: Irregular
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading of Psalm 150
Copyright: © 1990, 2000 Christian Conference of Asia (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)

Notes

This refrain comes from a longer Punjabi song of praise paraphrasing Psalm 150, which was recorded in Lahore in 1989. As the psalm encourages, singing is customarily accompanied by various small instruments, including the paired (high- and low-toned) hand drums called tabla.

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