1944 Kingdom Service Song Book pdf


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    bereanbiblestudent posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 13:21:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    Here is the songbook that was used from 1944 till 1950.

    bookmarked and searchable.


    John Locke posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 13:30:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    Are there melodies available anywhere?

    RebeccaChi posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 16:20:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    Wow! Horrible lyrics, even despite it being 1944.

    bereanbiblestudent posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 16:56:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    song 51 Consecration: "take my silver and my gold, nothing Lord, would I withold."

    I do not know if the melodies are available. The records with songs that I have are from before and after this period.

    M possible-san posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 17:16:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    Thank you for that information.

    John Locke.

    Are there melodies available anywhere?

    Yeah, we can listen to that part by MIDI.
    My friend (ex-JW) made that.

    The machine translation of that web page is here.

    For example, ...
    MIDI of No.7 "Blessed Are the People!" is here.

    This was No.57 "Jehovah's Happy People" in 1984 edition, and was deleted from the current song book.
    If you listen to that MIDI, you will understand that melodies differ from the recent music somewhat.


    bereanbiblestudent posted Fri, 23 Jul 2010 20:44:00 GMT(7/23/2010)

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    Karl Klein about Knorr:

    "Brother Knorr was my favorite speaker. He once referred to me as his shadow, for I kept showing up where he gave talks. What is more, he was as fond of music as I was and reintroduced singing at our congregation meetings. He took a real interest in songbook publishing.—Ephesians 5:18-20" w10-1-1984p26

    Before this songbook there was no singing at the meetings for some time, since Rutherford had stopped it.


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