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Alabado
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Publisher Pavane Publishing
Arranger Strimple, Nick

Price: $1.95

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Catalog #08301962

UPC code: 884088648275

“Alabado” is one of several hymns that originated at, or in close proximity to the Santa Barbara Mission during the middle and late 18th century. Composer, scholar and USC professor Nick Strimple has provided a simple and effective setting for use in worship or as a processional in concert. The original Spanish and an English translation are provided as well as some alternative texts for various seasons.

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