Song I Gaze Upon You

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Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 019104508X
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Due to popular demand, this exquisite piece has been made available as a separate choral leaflet. It is also in the anthology Weddings for Choirs. Ideal for concerts, and special occasions such as weddings and anniversaries, this choral song sets a beautiful text by Paul Eluard to rich, sumptuous music which will delight singers and listeners alike.

Jewish Man And Other Songs

Author: Beatrice Heath Tomlinson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469127865
Size: 67.58 MB
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The following poems are prayers and songs. Except for “Cuba Errante,” which is a plea to the Mother of God to intercede for the difficult plight of Cubans both at home and abroad-- these songs are meditations based on biblical passages and themes. I call them poetic icons because, like the ancient pictorial icons of our Judeo-Christian heritage, the intent of these poems is also, first, to focus the attention of the reader into the scene that is being depicted, in order to see the presence of God at work in that particular scene and in its characters; second, the intent is to help readers catch a glimpse of the divine presence and warmth that illuminates each particular scene. Third, as is the case with sacred pictorial icons, it is also the intent of these poems to help readers in the present time identify with the struggles of those ancient biblical characters, and with the way the Spirit of God is still at work now in each of the readers that contemplate these scenes. I was inspired to write some of these poems in English; others, in Spanish. In some cases, I made the effort to make the poems available in both languages. Thank you for your patience with the bilingual nature of this collection. Is there music to these songs? Yes, and it is our hope to make it available to you in an ensuing publication. Thank you again!

Mary S Song Prayers

Author: Mary Heyn
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514439565
Size: 71.23 MB
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Mary's Song Prayers is a new version of the Psalms of the Bible's Old Testament rewritten in heartfelt readable poetry.

Song Of The Troubadour

Author: Chris Madsen
Publisher: Chris Madsen
ISBN: 0968625525
Size: 67.82 MB
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Amazing love story set in a medieval era.Filled with beautiful truths, spell binding from start to finish.Both the book and the screenplay are shared.

Song Of Songs

Author: Brian Simmons
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC
ISBN: 1424549779
Size: 43.29 MB
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Breathtaking and beautiful, the sweetest Song of all ages unveils the Shulamite journey in the form of an anointed allegory. It becomes a journey that not only describes the divine parable penned by Solomon, but also a journey that longing lovers of Jesus will find as their very own. Love will always find a language to express itself. The inspired Song of Songs is a work of art. It is a melody sung from the heart of Jesus Christ for His longing Bride. Its storyline is full of symbols and subtle art forms which, without interpretation, are often missed or overlooked. The Holy Spirit has hidden within the Song of Songs an amazing story a story of how Jesus makes His Bride beautiful and holy by casting out her fear with perfect love. This revelation sent from heaven is waiting to be received with all its intensity and power to unlock the deepest places of our hearts.

The Carnival At Bray

Author: Jessie Foley
Publisher: Elephant Rock Productions, Inc.
ISBN: 0989515540
Size: 66.80 MB
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ALA 2015 Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults Chicago Weekly Best Books of 2014 A Michael L. Printz Honor Award Winner Winner, 2014 Helen Sheehan YA Book Prize Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2014 Finalist, William C. Morris Award It's 1993, and Generation X pulses to the beat of Kurt Cobain and the grunge movement. Sixteen-year-old Maggie Lynch is uprooted from big-city Chicago to a windswept town on the Irish Sea. Surviving on care packages of Spin magazine and Twizzlers from her rocker uncle Kevin, she wonders if she'll ever find her place in this new world. When first love and sudden death simultaneously strike, a naive but determined Maggie embarks on a forbidden pilgrimage that will take her to a seedy part of Dublin and on to a life- altering night in Rome to fulfill a dying wish. Through it all, Maggie discovers an untapped inner strength to do the most difficult but rewarding thing of all, live. The Carnival at Bray is an evocative ode to the Smells Like Teen Spirit Generation and a heartfelt exploration of tragedy, first love, and the transformative power of music. The book won the 2014 Helen Sheehan YA Book Prize.