Sing of Mary

Text Author: Roland Ford Palmer , Omer Westendorf

Arranged by: Richard Proulx

Verses 1, 2, 4 © Estate of Roland F. Palmer, SSJE; Verse 3 © 1984 World Library Publications. Arr. © 2004 GIA.

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Vocal Forces: SATB

Accompaniment: Organ

Separate Instruments: Oboe, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Bass, Harp

Tune Name: Pleading savior

Text Source: Vv. 1, 2, 4: Roland F. Palmer, 1891–1985; v. 3: Omer Westendorf, 1916–1998

Music Source: Christian Lyre, 1830

Series: Choral

Difficulty Level: E

Description:

This quintessentially Catholic Marian hymn as arranged by the masterful Richard Proulx is worthy of classic status.
Each stanza gets unique treatment from simple unison, 2-part canon, and a verse for tenors to shine on the melody, to a full SATB doxology with the theme in the basses.
An elegant oboe line is featured in each stanza and an optional string quartet and harp would be extraordinarily beautiful for a special Marian occasion.
Also fitting for All Saints, Advent, or the feast of the Holy Family.

String quintet and harp parts are optional

Categories: Choral Vocal

Seasonal: Christmastide

Liturgical: Mary, Mother of God, Holy Family, St. Joseph, Assumption

Topical: Marian

Scored for: Harp, Mixed Ensemble, Strings, Woodwinds

Style: Traditional

Ensemble/Orchestration: Quartet

Number of Pages: 12

Language: English

Format: Octavo

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