Thou Whom We Call God

Song TitleThou Whom We Call God (Search)
Composer(s):Sarah Hutchings
Composer Underrepresented GroupFemale (Search)
Author(s):Max Ehrmann
Keyword(s) & Features: Addressee: God; Answering; Believing; Children; Contrast: Earthly vs. Heavenly; Dead; Death; Despair; Dying; Earth; Evil; Existence; Faces; Fathers; Feeble; Fields; Flowers; Gentle; God; Hearts; Hope; Knocking; Leading; Life; Living; Lonesome; Long; Long Time; Loving; Malice; Material things; Metaphor: Face as Weapon; Metaphor: Soul as Flower; Morning; Mothers; Night; Peace; Petals; Possessions; Prayers; Praying; Reconciliation; Redemption; Refreshing; Religion; Seasons; Sending; Silence; Sky; Softening; Soul; Speaking; Stars; Steps; Stern; Struggles; Teaching; Tenderness; Time; Troubled; Twilight; Unbinding; Voices; Wandering; Warming; Weapons; Woods; Words; World; Yielding
First LineLong has been the time since I spoke with Thee, (Search)
Average Duration5:00 (Search)
Year of composition 2016 (Search)
Link to English Text Online
Larger WorkIn Seasons of Life's Pursuit (Search)
Original LanguageEnglish (Search)
Audio Source
Difficulty LevelCollege (Search)
Voice part suggested by composerBaritone
Range: B2 - F4 (Search)
Original KeyC# Minor (Search)
Premiered ByMitchell Hutchings (Search)
Trivial or Important references and connectionsAlthough the composer was born in Lexington, KY, her family was primarily from the state of Indiana. There is a geographic connection here between the poet, Max Ehrmann, and composer, Sarah Hutchings. (Search)
ContributorGTM , American Vocal Arts LLC (Search)
Contributor Affiliation American Vocal Arts (Search)
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