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Commissioned by King’s Chapel, Boston, Massachusetts, in celebration of its 325th anniversary, this longer a cappella work uses a text assembled and adapted from various Biblical passages.
From the composer's introduction:
The anthem begins grandly with words from Psalm 89 celebrating God’s all-encompassing faithfulness and love. An alleluia refrain follows and returns several times throughout the work. However, it is not a majestic, Handelian alleluia, but rather one of inward passion and fervent introspection. The next section begins joyously with the familiar prophesy from Zechariah; it is followed by several brief Gospel scenes from the life of Jesus. After another alleluia, words of blessing from Psalm 103 are set vigorously before the work closes with a final alleluia.
A recording of this work, performed by the Cambridge Consonance, is included on The Welcome News, a collection of choral music of Carson Cooman, released by Gothic Records.
Written for a wedding processional, this work for organ and optional trumpet works well for many festive occasions. The trumpet part (duplication permitted) is included with the organ score.
This setting of "Come, Christians, Join to Sing" is a jubilant postlude to culminate a service of celebration.
This work vividly presents the words of Psalm 23 using instrumental accompaniment, SATB choir, and a tenor or soprano soloist. To enable performance by choirs with varying levels of resources, three accompaniment editions are available.
Written as a reflection on the text "For God alone my soul in silence waits (Psalm 62:1)," this work by Raymond Haan is a meditation on our reliance in God for our salvation. Starting quietly, the piece builds to a climax in the middle, then retreats to end more softly than the beginning.
The piece is approximately five minutes long; suggested uses include as a prelude or as an instrumental meditation during a worship service.
We're looking forward to exhibiting at the 2012 American Guild of Organists National Convention in Nashville, TN. The convention starts on Sunday, July 1, and runs through Friday, July 6. If you're attending (and if you're an organist, you should be), we look forward to seeing you there!
April 1, 2012 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Grand Rapids, Mich.) Adoro Music Publishing is excited to announce that we're doubling the praise content of our entire music catalog – with no increases in price.
This week, we're exhibiting at the ACDA Central Division Conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Stop by our booth to check out some new choral releases and peruse many selections from our catalog. We're looking forward to meeting new people and seeing old friends; we hope to see you there!
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