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Text:Psalm 63:2-9
Translator:Ronald F. Krisman
Tune:[My soul is thirsting]
Composer:Richard Proulx
Composer (Conception Abbey Tone):Gregory J. Polan, OSB
Composer (Gelineau Tone):Joseph Gelineau, SJ

45a. Psalm 63:2-9

Text Information
First Line: O God, you are my God; at dawn I seek you (O Dios, tú eres mi Dios, por ti madrugo)
Title: Psalm 63:2-9
Translator: Ronald F. Krisman
Refrain First Line: My soul is thirsting for you, O Lord (Mi alma, Dios, mío, mi alma está)
Language: Spanish
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture:
Topic: Liturgy of the Hours: Sunday Morning Prayer: Week I; Rites of the Church: Anointing of the Sick; Rites of the Church: Funerals
Source: Antiphon: Lectionary for Mass
Copyright: Antiphon © 1969, 1981, 1997 ICEL; Antiphon tr. © 2912 GIA Publications, Inc.; Psalm text © 2010, Conception Abbey and The Grail, admin. by GIA Publications, Inc.;; Salmo © 1970, Conferencia Episcopal Española
Notes: Antiphonal response to reading or chanting of Psalm 63, Conception Abbey Tone and Gelineau Tone included.
Tune Information
Name: [My soul is thirsting]
Composer: Richard Proulx
Composer (Conception Abbey Tone): Gregory J. Polan, OSB
Composer (Gelineau Tone): Joseph Gelineau, SJ
Key: F Major
Copyright: Antiphon © 1975, GIA Publications, Inc.; Conception Abbey Tone © 2010, Conception Abbey, admin. by GIA Publications, Inc.; Gelineau Tone © 1963, The Grail, GIA Publications, Inc., agent.



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