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The Master’s Voice

About the Song

The solo version is one step lower than the SSAATTB version. The accompaniments are interchangeable. (Heather’s recording uses the SSAATTB score.)

This song is a part of the “Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee” cantata.
Church Music Submission: Award of Merit, 2014 (Anthems)

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Recording featuring vocals by Heather Prusse:

Accompaniment track:

Piano track:

Recording featuring vocals by Allyse Smith Taylor:

Sheet music for this version is available here..
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Accompaniment track:

Sheet music for this version is available here.
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Choral recording featuring The Amsterdam Staff Songsters of the Salvation Army:


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Lyrics

Come unto me, the Savior said
Learn of me, listen to my words
The multitudes that followed there in Galilee
Marveled at His wisdom, at the truth they heard Him speak

For in the Master’s voice
They heard the power that framed the heavens
The peace that stilled the tempest
The love that saves us all
Oh, can you hear His voice
Re-echo o’er the ages?
With the promise of salvation to our souls
With the hope of life and everlasting joy
To the humble who will hear the Master’s voice

Abide in me, the Savior said
Walk with me in meekness and be blessed
He taught them on the mountain; He taught them by the sea
In word and deed He taught them, and He said, “Come, follow me.”

And in the Master’s voice
They heard the power that framed the heavens
The peace that stilled the tempest
The love that saves us all
Oh, can you hear His voice
Re-echo o’er the ages?
With the promise of salvation to our souls
With the hope of life and everlasting joy
To the humble who will hear the Master’s voice

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6 Comments

  1. Ann Anolin

    Hi I love this piece so much. It gives peace to my weary soul. How can I have a copy of the piano piece? Thanks

    Reply
    • Sally DeFord

      Ann, it looks like you’re missing the download link for the sheet music. Just open the tab above that says “Sheet Music Downloads.” Then click the version you want. A PDF should open in your browser, and you can print it from there. Or, you can right-click the link and save the file to your computer.

      🙂

      Reply
  2. Kwaku

    Can I know th story behind this wonderful piece🙏🏽?

    Reply
  3. Toni

    Hi, I was trying to download the medium/high voice sheet music for “The Masters Voice” but I just get sheet music for the medium to low voice. Is there just the one? I would like to print off the one used by Heather Prusse.
    Thank you,
    Toni

    Reply
    • Grace

      hey Toni! I know this was written a long time ago, but the choir version of the song is written in a higher key (better suited for medium/high voices in my experience) and has the same accompaniment so if you give your accompanist the choir sheet music and keep the solo version for yourself for reference, that might work out just fine.

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  4. Darienne Reyes

    Is the The Master’s Voice accompaniment not available for free download?

    Reply

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