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SATB: with Organ (favorite short anthems)

Colleagues,

Once again I was overwhelmed with wonderful suggestions and have some great
suggestions from which to choose. The following is the list and the
composer. If you need more information regarding any of the pieces, let
me know and I will forward specifics of what I have.

The three that probably appeared most often were "God is Gone up with a
Shout" by Finzi, "I Was Glad" by Parry and "Let the People Praise Thee, O
God" by Mathias. Parry's "Jerusalem" was mentiond frequently as well.

Thanks again and I hope you all have a musical December.

Bruce Phelps
TWO RIVERS CHORALE

All One Jacques Guyader
All You Works of the Lord Kenneth
Jennings
And I Saw a New Heaven Edgar Bainton
Awake, Thou Wintry Earth J. S. Bach
Blessed is the Man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked Wallace De Pue
Canticle of Praise John Ness Beck
Christ is Made the Sure Foundation Edwin T. Childs
Christmas Cantata Pinkham
Draw us in the Spirit's Tether Harold Freidell
Five Mystical Songs R. Vaughn Williams
Glori Poulenc
God is Gone Up with a Shout Finzi
Greater Love Hath No Man John Ireland
Hallelujah Amen G. F. Handel
He Watching Over Israel Felix Mendelssohn
Hear My Words, Ye People C.H.H. Parry
How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place Johannes Brahms
Hymn of St. Columba Benjamin Britten
I Believe Jacques Guyader
I Was Glad CHH Parry
In the Year that King Uzziah Died David
McKinley Williams
Jerusalem C.H.H. Parry
Jesus Shal Reign Edwin Childs
Jubilant Canticle John Ness Beck
Jubilate Deo Benjamin Britten
Jubilate Deo in C Benjamim
Britten
Kyrie Eleison from Mass in C# minor Louis Vierne
Last Words of David Randall Thompson
Let All the World in Every Corner Sing Hoiby
Let the People Praise Thee, O God William Mathias
Lift Up Your Heads Mathais
Light of the World Andrew Carter
Like as the Hart Herbert Howells
Magnificat Charles Stanford
My Eternal King Jane Marshall
Now Thank We All Our God J.S. Bach
Nunc Dimittus in C Charles
Stanford
O Be Joyful in the Lord Gilbert Martin
O Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem Herbert Howells
Oh Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem Herbert Howels
Prayer of Jean Racine Faure
Psalm 150 Cesar Franck
Psalm 92 Lee Hoiby
Rejoice in the Lame Benjamin Britten
Requiem Durufle
Te Deum Benjamin Britten
Thanks Be to God Felix
Mendelssohn
The Breath of Nature Mark Winges
The Call R. Vaughan
Williams
The Heavens are Telling Haydn
The Sacred Life Robin Escovado
There is a Green Hill Far Away Herbert Sumsion
They That do Down to the Sea in Ships Grayson Ives
They That go Down to Sea in Ships Herbert Sumsion
Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace Samuel Wesley
Wachet Auf J.S. Bach
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Gilbert Martin
When in our Music God is Glorified Ronald Arnatt

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Bruce Phelps
Coon Rapids, MN

email:
phelps(a)visi.com


Telephone
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on December 2, 2003 10:00pm
I am lookiong for the short All Saints Day Anthem, by Wm. H. Harris(?)
circa 1958-60 ---"In the heavenly Kingdom, the souls of the Saints are rejoicing, who followed the footsteps of Christ, their Master.

Need to find Publisher & Price for about 25 copies. Man thanks!!
on March 4, 2008 10:00pm
I really enjoy the setting of Cantate Domino by Claudio Monteverdi, which is SATB and Organ. There is a great recording of this song by the Westminster Cathedral Choir, which uses boy singers for all treble parts, it is absolutely gorgeous!