Norah Duncan IV
For unison or SATB choir with optional trumpet part, this newly composed "Gloria" by Norah Duncan IV will also be featured in three of the four new hymnals from GIA: Worship—Fourth Edition, Gather—Third Edition, and Lead Me, Guide Me—Second Edition.
Carroll Thomas Andrews
This through-composed "Gloria" is the only arrangement that has been in every hymnal published by GIA since 1970. It will be included in Worship—Fourth Edition, Gather—Third Edition, and Lead Me, Guide Me—Second Edition. It is currently sung by congregations from coast to coast and will continue to be sung (with the revised texts) for many years to come.
Jan Michael Joncas
This "Gloria" may be performed by cantor only taking the soprano line of the choral sections. The choral sections add vocal variety to the piece. The refrain in Latin is followed by new verses using the Revised Order of Mass texts.
This through-composed setting is in unison and is arranged for organ and handbells. It will also be featured in three of the four new hymnals from GIA: Worship—Fourth Edition, Gather—Third Edition, and Lead Me, Guide Me—Second Edition.
Norah Duncan IV
Written for SATB choir, cantor, assembly, and presider—this fun, uptempo Gloria from Norah Duncan's new Unity Mass has a calypso feel. The infectious rhythms and easy-to-learn melody will have your congregation singing with gusto. The bilingual text makes this Gloria perfect for Spanish/English speaking communities.
C. Alexander Peloquin
This classic, festive "Gloria" has now been updated with the Revised Order of Mass texts. For SATB Choir, assembly, and optional cantor. Separate instrument parts for brass quartet and percussion are available.