Kimbrough: Oh Rejoice in All Your Works, strings

Wendell Kimbrough won the Church of the Servant New Psalm Contest a few years ago with his setting of Psalm 104, “Oh Rejoice in All Your Works.” Since that time it has become a favorite of our congregation. Psalm 104 was the lectionary Psalm for Pentecost and I had a string ensemble available, so I took the opportunity to write a string arrangement for the┬áservice. It turned out splendidly, if I don’t say so myself.

If you want to hear the song in context (along with Pastor Jack Roeda’s exclamation at the end of the singing) visit the COS website.

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3 Responses to Kimbrough: Oh Rejoice in All Your Works, strings

  1. Jane Yang says:

    This song is beautiful! May I have a copy of the choral score of Oh Rejoice All Your Works?

    • Greg Scheer says:

      Hi Jane, Unfortunately, I can’t give it out. It’s in production at GIA (giamusic.com) and will be released soon. If you’d like to sign up for my mailing list, I’ll let you know when it’s released.

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