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Ya Shakur
Ya Shakur
ATTRIBUTES
ATTRIBUTES
Purpose

to develop thankfulness

Meaning

O Thou, the Grateful,
the Appreciative

Quality

tenderness

Element

fire

Concentration

centre of forehead

Colour

red

Vocal
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Instrumental
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SCORES
Individual
This is the main melody and could be sung with either the vocal or instrumental version for personal practice.
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PARTS
The soprano part; may be sung on the vowel sound "ah".
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The alto part is also the main melody.
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The tenor part. With it's descending line under the main melody (Alto), it could be the second of two parts with a small group of singers.
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The bass part.
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Choral
The full choral arrangement in 4 parts. The alto voice begins, followed by soprano, then tenor, then bass. The parts then keep repeating to the ritard ending.

As in all these singing Wazifas, a bell sound will indicate that the following phrase will slow down and end.
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instrumental
A transcription of the instrumental accompaniment.
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