Processional on a Russian Chant

by Robert Parker

Item #: G-7600     Status: Available

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A great prelude piece for a festive occasion, Processional on a Russian Chant is based on “Hvalite Imia Ghospondne.” The incipit of the chant is Psalm 135:1, “Praise the name of the Lord; praise the Lord, O you servants.” As is typical of Russian music, this has a low bass drone through much of the piece. Adding cymbals and bass drum enriches this festive hymn of praise, which beautifully illustrates the spirit of the psalm text. A fortissimo beginning makes way to a softer middle section that steadily swells back to a triumphal fff ending.

Music Source: Based on "Hvalite Imia Ghospodne" (Ps. 135:1)

Number of Pages: 12

Difficulty Level: M

Instrumental parts included: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet I in C, Trumpet II in B-flat, Trumpet II in C, Horn in F, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Percussion

Accompaniment: Organ

Bible Reference: Psalm 135:1

Topical: Festive, Praise