Micah 6.8 Taize style chant

This would make an excellent sung response for Prayers for Others, based on Micah 6.8
I found it on this website. The chant was originally composed for use by the worshipping community of Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California.  One of the key features of this type of music is its repeatability.  But, to remain fresh through several repetitions, musicians are encouraged to improvise additional harmonies and to add instrumental obligatos.  These might be written or created ad lib.  Those who desire a written version for flute or violin can obtain one by emailing the composer at cjs@fuller.edu.

Here’s the words: what_does_the_lord_require TAIZE CHANT

Here’s a link to the music sample.

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Rev Sandy Boyce is a Uniting Church in Australia Minister (Deacon) in placement at Pilgrim Uniting Church, in Adelaide CBD (12 Flinders St). This blog is mainly to resource worship planners for our services, but of course may be useful for others. We have some great writers of music, words for hymns and liturgy at Pilgrim, so this blog also includes their words.
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