|Post-communion Canticle from Cup of Blessing liturgy by - Jay Beech|
English translation of text by ICET; Music by Jay Beech, ©1995 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved.
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DescriptionThe Cup of Blessing liturgy is a setting of the common and Lutheran liturgical texts as they appeared in Lutheran Book of Worship and With One Voice. It was written with “folk” instruments in mind and can be accompanied by piano alone or with guitar, flute, oboe, or other solo instrument, as well as bass and percussion.
This text is the familiar “Canticle of Simeon” and is suitable for the close of any service as well as on The Presentation of Our Lord and 1ChristmasB.
*NOTE - The liturgy was originally commissioned by the ELCA as "provisional" material prior to the publication of the With One Voice hymnal. “Return to the Lord” (#615) and “Lamb of God” (#622) were eventually included in the Service Music section of that volume.
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