Ash Wednesday to Easter for Choirs

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General information

OUP's choral publishing is admired worldwide and includes an impressive collection of anthologies for every type of choir. These volumes include all the vital standard repertoire plus less well-known works and have become indispensible to singers worldwide.

The editors have selected a richly varied collection of sacred pieces for this period of the Church's year, always bearing in mind practical considerations and liturgical needs. Pieces are presented in order according to the Church's calendar, moving from Ash Wednesday and Lent, through Passiontide and Palm Sunday, to Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Eve, and Easter itself. The best of the standard repertoire is included alongside fine, less familiar, works. Ranging widely from the sixteenth century to the present day, this is a complete and practical collection for church choirs of all sizes and levels of ability.


Title

Ash Wednesday to Easter for Choirs


Series

for Choirs


Editor / Compiler

Lionel Dakers
John Scott

Publisher

Oxford University Press , Oxford, England.


Price

Price: £12.50
ISBN-10: 0-19-353111-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-19-353111-6
Sacred choral anthology
Level: easy to moderately difficult


Website for book purchase

http://www.oup.co.uk/isbn/0-19-353227-1


Date of Publication

10 December 1998


Contents

Composer Title Suitable for

ASH WEDNESDAY AND LENT

Lent Prose Lent Byrd Civitas sancti tui (Bow thine ear, O Lord) Lent Farrant/Hilton Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake Lent Loosemore The Litany (BCP) Lent Marshall The Litany Lent Morales Peccantem me quotidie Lent Morley Agnus Dei Lent Rawsthorne Like as the hart Lent Walton Drop, drop, slow tears Good Friday; Lent Wesley Wash me throughly Lent

PASSIONTIDE

Anerio Christus factus est Good Friday Bairstow The Lamentation Maundy Thursday; Good Friday Bairstow/Gibbons Jesu, grant me this I pray Lent; Good Friday Chilcott God so loved the world Good Friday Hand Ecce quomodo moritur justus Good Friday Lassus Adoramus te, Christe Good Friday Stainer God so loved the world Good Friday

PALM SUNDAY

Bullard The Feast of Palms Palm Sunday Gesius Hosianna dem Sohne Davids Palm Sunday Hutchings Hosanna to the Son of David Palm Sunday Ives Ride on Palm Sunday Malcolm Ingrediente Domino Palm Sunday Victoria Pueri Hebraeorum Palm Sunday

MAUNDY THURSDAY

arr. Barnard In the heaart where love is abiding Maundy Thursday Bruckner (a) Pange lingua (b) Of the glorious Body telling Maundy Thursday; Corpus Christi de Severac Tantum ergo Maundy Thursday; Corpus Christi; Holy Communion anthems Peeters Ave verum corpus Maundy Thursday; Corpus Christi; Holy Communion anthems Shephard A new commandment Maundy Thursday Shephard Sing, my tongue Maundy Thursday

GOOD FRIDAY

Bull In the departure of the Lord Good Friday arr. Chilcott Were you there? Good Friday Croce O vos omnes Good Friday arr. Scott O mortal man Good Friday John IV of Portugal Crux Fidelis Good Friday Morley Eheu, sustulerunt Good Friday Sanders The Reproaches Good Friday Victoria Popule meus Good Friday EASTER Anerio Alleluia. Christus surrexit Easter Bairstow Psalm 114 Easter arr. Carter Joy is come! Easter Elgar Light of the World Easter Harris Most glorious Lord of life Easter arr. Ledger This joyful Eastertide Easter arr. Lindley Now the green blade riseth Easter Rutter Christ the Lord is risen again! Easter Scheidt Surrexit Christus hodie Easter Scott Easter Anthems Easter arr. Scott I saw water (Vidi aquam) Easter Shephard The Easter Song of Praise Easter Stanford Ye choirs of new Jerusalem Easter Walford Davies, ed. Dakers O sons and daughters Easter Whitlock He is risen Easter

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