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4 psalms based freely upon old Norwegian church melodies for unaccompanied mixed chorus and baritone solo. Op. 74. by Edvard Grieg

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Published by C.F. Peters Corp. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 pts.), Unaccompanied,
  • Psalms (Music),
  • Hymns, Norwegian

Book details:

Edition Notes

For baritone solo and chorus (SATB)

StatementEnglish translation and foreword by Percy Grainger.
SeriesPeters edition -- no. 3128a
Classifications
LC ClassificationsM2092.4 G75 OP.74 1957
The Physical Object
Paginationscore (24 p.)
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14777807M

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Old Norwegian "Stjórn" At the end of the 13th century, some parts of the Old Testament were translated into Old rendering of the text became known as "Stjórn", meaning "Government," because it was most likely done at the court of King Haakon serves as more of a paraphrase of the Bible than as a strict translation.. The text was published in Norway by C. . A Old th Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow (Doxology) Aurelia The Church’s One Foundation B Park Street But You, Jehovah, Shall Endure A Beecher Love Divine, All Loves Excelling D Sicilian Mariners Lord, Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing A Lyons O Worship the King; Ye Servants of God, Your Master ProclaimFile Size: 35KB. Yet the modern evangelical church has used psalms in worship haphazardly. Unlike the Roman Catholic tradition, which mandates the use of certain psalms on certain days; or the historic Reformed church, which allowed no other singing but psalms; the modern church feels no obligation to include psalms in worship. Very sturdy and hardbound, better quality than the old hardbound Book of Psalms for Singing. The Softcover edition Perhaps helpful for precentors who use a stand or for laying at on a surface, it is softbound, thin, and lays open easily. It is full-size, however. The Mini Psalter This is quite popular among the youth in our church. It is about File Size: 98KB.