Where Healing Waters Flow

SATB A Cappella

3 min duration

Paul Laurence Dunbar

Cypress publishing CP1572


 

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from the publisher…”Serene choral music, full of prayerful pleading – to the lyrics of Paul Laurence Dunbar,  (b. 1872), who gave the world beautiful and meaningful poetry”


 

O Lord, the hard-won miles have

worn my stumbling feet

O soothe me with Thy smiles,

and make my life complete.

O Lord, the thorns were thick and keen

Where’re I trembling trod

The way was long between

my wounded feet and God.

O Lord, where healing waters flow

do Thou my footsteps lead

My heart is aching, aching so

Thy gracious balm I need – O Lord

 

 

 

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About Composer

Matthew Emery (b.1991) is a Canadian composer whose music has been performed across North America and Asia. His music has also been broadcast on national television and radio. Matthew was the 2013 ACDA Raymond Brock Student Composition Competition winner. Emery's choral works have been performed by renowned vocal ensembles including the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Elmer Isler Singers, Pro Coro Canada, Canadian Chamber Choir, Da Capo Chamber Choir, choirs at the University of Louisville, University of Manitoba, University of Western Ontario, University of British Columbia, Ontario Youth Choir and the Nova Scotia Youth Choir. Matthew studied with Dr. Stephen Chatman at the University of British Columbia and is published by: Alliance Music Publications, GIA Publications, G. Schirmer, Pavane Publishing and Santa Barbara Music Publishing. Matthew is a member of the Canadian League of Composers.

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