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[Teach me to stop and listen]

[Teach me to stop and listen]

Composer: Ken Medema
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Ken Medema

Ken Medema (b. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1943) is a song writer, composer, recording artist, and story-teller through music. Blind from birth, Ken began playing the piano at age five and studied classical music by reading Braille. He graduated from Grand Rapids Christian High School and studied music therapy at Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan. As a music therapist in both Indiana and New Jersey, he began writing songs for hurting teenagers, an experience that helped to launch a career of writing songs on Christian life that has taken him to venues large and small all over North America and beyond. He responds to what he hears and sees in his heart at particular events, often improvising songs on the spot, offering compassion, h… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Teach me to stop and listen]
Composer: Ken Medema
Meter: 7.6.7.6 D
Incipit: 33322 11444 33255
Key: C Major
Copyright: © Word Music

Arrangements

Organ Solo

  • From the Tabernacle: Organ Hymn Settings
    Composer/Editors Clay Christiansen; Richard Elliott
    Published By: Jackman Music Corporation (2006) pp. 29
  • Organ Chains 1: Twenty-three favorite hymns and Primary songs arranged in a continuous medley for organ
    Composer/Editor Brent Jorgensen
    Published By: Jackman Music Corporation (1996) pp. 12
  • Organ Preludes on Children's Hymns
    Published By: Sonos Music Resources Incorporated (1981) pp. 13
  • Hymn Preludes for Organ: Book Four
    Composer/Editor Robert P. Manookin
    Published By: Sonos Music Resources Incorporated (1980) pp. 15

Instances

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Worship in Song #137

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