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  1. According to sheet music published on the website by Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc., "Say Yes" is written in the key of D ♭ major using common time. It contains a moderately fast tempo with a metronome of 120 beats per minute and the singers' vocal elements range from the low note of A ♭ 3 to the high note of F 5.

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  3. Birmingham's culture of popular music first developed in the mid-1950s. By the early 1960s the city's music scene had emerged as one of the largest and most vibrant in the country; a "seething cauldron of musical activity", with over 500 bands constantly exchanging members and performing regularly across a well-developed network of venues and promoters.

  4. THE GOSPEL OF PRAISE. In Luke the phrase "praising God" occurs oftener than in all the rest of the New Testament put together. This praise reaches its peak in the three great hymns that the church has sung throughout all her generations--the Magnificat (Lk.1:46-55); the Benediclus (Lk.1:68-79); and the Nunc Dimittis (Lk.2:29-32).

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    Praise the Lord, my soul. I will praise the Lord all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live. Praise the Lord, my soul. Sunday Morning Worship Service: 10:30 am Sunday's Sermon: Phil. 4:10-13 "Contentment is found in Christ" Sermon Archive: Phil. 4:8-9 "Tools for Peace" Part 2 Phi.

  6. The 60s are by far one of my favorite decades of music, and in a way, I sometimes enjoy the 60s a lot more than the 70s. The 60s were a lot more experimental and laid the ground work for many of the bands that would start emerging in the early 70s and even bands today are still being influenced by the likes of the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and The Doors. Plus the 60s saw the emergence of some ...

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