Psalm 34

34A: A Responsorial Setting

Performance Notes:

  • For performance notes on this song, see page 1080 of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.

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Copyright Information:

  • Words: Psalm 34
  • Music: Robert E. Kreutz
  • Psalm Text: from Evangelical Lutheran Worship © 2006 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, admin. Augsburg Fortress Publishers
  • Tone: © 2011 Faith Alive Christian Resources
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  • Alternative Refrain Words: © 1969, 1981, 1997 International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation
  • Alternative Refrain Music: Rawn Harbor © 2005 Rawn Harbor, admin. OCP Publications
  • Alternative Tone: © 2011 Faith Alive Christian Resources
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34B: Taste and See

Performance Notes:

  • For performance notes on this song, see page 1080 of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.

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Copyright Information:

  • Words: James E. Moore Jr. © 1983 GIA Publications, Inc.
  • Music (TASTE AND SEE): James E. Moore Jr. © 1983 GIA Publications, Inc.
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34C: Bendeciré al Señor/I Will Extol My God

Performance Notes:

  • For performance notes on this song, see page 1080 of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.

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 Copyright Information:

  • Words: Psalm 34:1-8; tr. Mary Louise Bringle (b. 1953) © 2011 GIA Publications, Inc.
  • Music (BENDECIRÉ AL SEÑOR): anonymous; arr. Felipe Blycker © 1992 Celebremos/Libros Alianza
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34D: LORD, I Bring My Songs to You

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Tune Information:

French romanticist composer Charles F. Gounod wrote LUX PRIMA, which means "first light" in Latin. When the Franco-Prussian War broke out in 1870, Gounod left his native Paris and settled in England for five years. This sturdy tune was published in the Scottish Hymnary in 1872.

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Copyright Information:

  • Words: Marie J. Post, 1985, © 1987 Faith Alive Christian Resources
  • Music (LUX PRIMA 7.7.7.7.7.7): Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893), 1872, P.D.
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