Update 10/1/20: Sheet music for this song can be downloaded here.
After a sluggish round of correspondence (due to travel for me and a new teaching position for Naaman) we’ve finally brought “Restore Us, O God!” from draft into final form. I think it was worth the wait. Particularly unique is its Klezmer-ish feel that captures the lament of the Psalm well.
I was excited enough about it that I didn’t let the Guitarchestra leave rehearsal last night until they recorded it with me. Two times through and you get a pristine recording like this: that’s the magic of Gstra!
I think you’ll be excited enough about it that you won’t want to wait until December 20, 2015 when it comes up in the lectionary next. Go ahead. Sing it now. MP3
Again, may I bother you for the music (tabs is fine) for this? Really dig it.
Soli Deo Gloria!
Here you go, Jason: http://musicblog.gregscheer.com/psalm_80-restore_us-wood.pdf. Enjoy!
Can we use this Ps. 80 for our chapel in a couple of weeks, also?
By all means, Joy. That’s why I write them! If you record the service I’d love to post it here.