Easter Sequence and Gospel Acclamation

by Howard Hughes SM

Translated by: Peter Scagnelli

Sequence Tr. © 1983 Peter J. Scagnelli. Publ. by World Library Publications. Arr. © 2008 GIA.

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Vocal Forces: SATB, Cantor, Assembly

Accompaniment: Organ

Separate Instruments: Percussion

Tune Name: Victimae paschali laudes

Text Source: Sequence Ascr. Wipo of Burgundy, d. 1048

Music Source: Based on victimae paschali laudes

Series: Ritual Prayer

Difficulty Level: E

Description:

Utilizing a recurring refrain for the assembly, this lively setting of the sequence will be immediately accessible at your Easter liturgies. The gospel acclamation draws on the same melodic material as the response to the sequence. Scored for organ and mostly unison choir singing in alternation, the setting includes a simple, but engaging, part for tambourine; combined with additional percussion instruments, the Renaissance-like qualities of the piece will come alive!

Percussion part is for tambourine.

Categories: Choral Vocal, Liturgical

Liturgical: Easter Sunday

Rites: Gospel Acclamation, Sequence

Scored for: Percussion

Number of Pages: 16

Language: English

Format: Octavo

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