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Psalm 67: O God, Let All The Nations Praise You



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A collaboration with Jane, André and Larry. My daughter Anne sings with me.

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Sixth Sunday of Easter - C

R. O God, let all the nations praise you!
or Alleluia.
O God, be gracious and bless us
     and let your face shed its light upon us.
So will your ways be known upon earth
     and all nations learn your salvation.
Let the nations be glad and shout for joy,
     with uprightness you rule the peoples;
     you guide the nations on earth.
Let the peoples praise you, O God;
     let all the peoples praise you.
May God still give us his blessing
     that all the ends of the earth may revere him.
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paul f. page said 485 days ago (April 22nd, 2016)
Tuneful setting
...of this Psalm. Absolutely singable by assembly and cantor. The arrangement/accompaniment is very stilted and sounds to me like it's computer-generated (i.e. a Sibelius/Finale track played directly through that software). As a demo, I guess it's okay and does give the "idea" of the song for those trying to learn it. But a bit of "human fluidity" would really gussy this up and give it a more natural flow. It is always nice to hear new setting of the Psalms, ones (like this one) that have a singable tune rather than a boring recitative.
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RichardSchletty said 459 days ago (May 18th, 2016)
Thanks, Paul
You are right about the keyboard being computer generated. I wish I had keyboard skills. I did try the "humanize" command for the MIDI notes in Logic but it didn't seem to do anything. It sounded quite good when my pianist played it at Mass. Sr. Anne is 82 years old but very fluid. I captured it on my iPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGdJZt6FtSk
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awigze said 482 days ago (April 25th, 2016)
Psalms is always multi-layered. Find inspiration on every page. Blessings
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RichardSchletty said 459 days ago (May 18th, 2016)
Thanks, Andy
Indeed, psalms run deep. I enjoy singing them after the first reading.
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