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Voice for Life, RSCM Publications’ indispensable guide to choral training, now offers four new choral anthem collections specifically designed to accompany their choral training program.
Selected by John Wardle, RSCM awards co-ordinator, this is a wonderful collection of easy anthems for mixed voices covering all seasons and styles.
These fine editions also stand on their own as valuable choral collections for any choir.
Contents: Rutter: A Gaelic Blessing, White: A Prayer of St Richard of Chichester, Shephard: And didst thou travel light, Lindley: Ave Maria, Elgar: Ave verum corpus, Ferguson: Away with gloom, away with doubt, Sanger: Child in the manger, How: Day by day, How: Fairest Lord Jesus, Ouseley: From the rising of the sun, Eberlin arr. Harris: Glory, love, and praise and honour, Farrant: Hide not thou thy face, Stainer: How beautiful upon the mountains, Lole: I am the bread of life, Aston: I give you a new commandment, Plainsong arr. Barnard: In the heart where love is abiding, Halsey: Let all the world in every corner sing, Nazareth: Listen, Wesley: Love one another, Aston: Loving God, Jewish melody arr. Harper: May the peace of God the Father, Stanford: O for a closer walk with God, Lallouette: O mysterium ineffabile, Tye: O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace, How: Praise, O praise our God and King, Trad. arr. Weaver: Sent by the Lord am I, Trad. arr. Weaver: Steal away, Shephard: The Easter Song of Praise (Exultet), Ogden: The fruits of the land, Trad., arr. Archer: The Lord’s my shepherd, Morley arr. Greening: This is the day (Haec dies), Greene: Thou visitest the earth, Attwood: Turn thy face from my sins, Scottish trad. arr. Archer: We cannot measure how you heal