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Gospel Acclamation

Author: ICEL Appears in 71 hymnals First Line: Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ Topics: liturgical Gospel Acclamation Songs

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[Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]

Composer: Frank Schoen Appears in 39 hymnals Tune Key: C Major Incipit: 11557 65 Used With Text: Gospel Acclamation

[Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]

Composer: Marty Haugen Appears in 7 hymnals Tune Sources: Mass of Creation Tune Key: g minor Incipit: 15123 21 Used With Text: Lenten Gospel Acclamation

[Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]

Composer: Ronald F. Krisman Appears in 6 hymnals Tune Key: E Flat Major Incipit: 11556 5455 Used With Text: Lenten Gospel Acclamation (Aclamación Antes Del Evangelio Durante La Cuaresma)

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Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ (Alabanza a Ti, Señor Jesucristo)

Hymnal: One Faith, Una Voz #12 (2005) First Line: Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, king of endless glory Languages: English Tune Title: [Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ, king of endless glory]

Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ

Hymnal: RitualSong (2nd ed.) #159b (2016) Topics: Rites of the Church Baptism of Children Languages: English Tune Title: [Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]

Praise to You, Lord Jesus Christ

Hymnal: Journeysongs (2nd ed.) #208 (2003) First Line: Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ Topics: Mass Settings St. Louis Jesuits Mass; Service Music for Mass: Liturgy of the Word Lenten Gospel Acclamation Languages: English Tune Title: [Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]

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Richard Proulx

1937 - 2010 Composer of "[Glory to you, O Word of God]" in Gather (3rd ed.) Richard Proulx (b. St. Paul, MN, April 3, 1937; d. Chicago, IL, February 18, 2010). A composer, conductor, and teacher, Proulx was director of music at the Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, Illinois (1980-1997); before that he was organist and choirmaster at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church in Seattle, Washington. He contributed his expertise to the Roman Catholic Worship III (1986), The Episcopal Hymnal 1982, The United Methodist Hymnal (1989), and the ecumenical A New Hymnal for Colleges and Schools (1992). He was educated at the University of Minnesota, MacPhail College of Music in Minneapolis, Minnesota, St. John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota, and the Royal School of Church Music in England. He composed more than 250 works. Bert Polman

Marty Haugen

b. 1950 Composer of "[Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ]" in Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition Marty Haugen (b. 1950), is a prolific liturgical composer with many songs included in hymnals across the liturgical spectrum of North American hymnals and beyond, with many songs translated into different languages. He was raised in the American Lutheran Church, received a BA in psychology from Luther College, yet found his first position as a church musician in a Roman Catholic parish at a time when the Roman Catholic Church was undergoing profound liturgical and musical changes after Vatican II. Finding a vocation in that parish to provide accessible songs for worship, he continued to compose and to study, receiving an MA in pastoral studies at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul Minnesota. A number of liturgical settings were prepared for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and more than 400 of his compositions are available from several publishers, especially GIA Publications, who also produced some 30 recordings of his songs. He is composer-in-residence at Mayflower Community Congregational Church in Minneapolis and continues to compose and travel to speak and teach at worship events around the world. Emily Brink

Michael Joncas

b. 1951 Composer of "[Alleluia! Alleluia]" in RitualSong (2nd ed.)



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