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:compare [[Blagoslovi dushe moia (Pavel Chesnokov)]], [[Blagoslovi Duche (Op. 37, No. 2) (Sergei Rachmaninoff)]], and [[Introductory Psalm in C major (George Nicholaevich Voznesensky)]] , which seem to be based more on [[Psalm 104]] than [[Psalm 103]].
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:compare [[Blagoslovi dushe moia (Pavel Chesnokov)]], [[Blagoslovi Duche (Op. 37, No. 2) (Sergei Rachmaninoff)]], and [[Introductory Psalm in C major (George Nicholaevich Voznesensky)]], which seem to be based more on [[Psalm 104]] than [[Psalm 103]].
  
  

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Editor: Martin Dietze (submitted 2012-11-03).   Score information: A4, 2 pages, 60 kB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: This is a version reduced for 4 voices (the original was set for 6 - 2 sopranos and 2 tenors).

General Information

Title: 1st Antyphon "Благослови, душе моя" ("Bless the Lord, O my soul")
Composer: Kyrylo Stetsenko

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SacredLiturgical music

Language: Ukrainian
Instruments: a cappella

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Original text and translations

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Благослови, душе моя, Господа, Благословенний Ти, Господи.
Благослови, душе моя, Господа, і вся істото моя, ім'я святеє Його.
Благослови, душе моя, Господа, і не забувай всіх добродійств Його.
Благослови, душе моя, Господа, Благословенний Ти, Господи.
 

compare Blagoslovi dushe moia (Pavel Chesnokov), Blagoslovi Duche (Op. 37, No. 2) (Sergei Rachmaninoff), and Introductory Psalm in C major (George Nicholaevich Voznesensky), which seem to be based more on Psalm 104 than Psalm 103.