This peaceful instrumental piece has been adapted for choral singing through a poignant sacred text from Pamela Stewart. This choral version is appropriate for Holy Week services and features English text
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Donald McCullough includes an interesting and lush organ part to accompany an original melody set to a familiar Lenten text. The part-writing is accessible and the altos are featured as a
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Tom Fettke has combined Isaiah 53:3-5 with Beethoven's well-known slow movement from the Sonata Pathetique. The combination is a haunting setting of "Surely He hath borne our griefs." With the
A haunting and luscious melody passing between the treble and bass voices opens this marvelous a cappella work. The choral sections are equally beautiful. You will definitely want to use the uilleann pipes
Nickel’s Easter Oratorio (one hour) traces that last days of Christ until His resurrection with 18 movements . This is one of the stand alone movements - ideal for Lent and the Easter
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This powerful song of grace has become a congregational standard in a very short time. It is a reverent look at the Lamb of God, ideal for Holy Week or communion services. The orchestral option is a
For Good Friday, this dramatic offering begins with a mysterious aura. A chorale-like section gives way to a beloved Lenten text presented with appropriate reverence. The plaintive, mournful
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This thought provoking setting of text by Genevieve Glen, OSB, leads the faithful to contemplate the mystery of Christ’s passion and how it relates to all of us. Matthews weaves the a cappella SATB
"Caligaverunt Oculi Mei" (1585) is the ninth responsory for the matins of Good Friday by the famed Tomas Luis de Victoria. Scored for unaccompanied mixed voices, the text combines scriptures from Job and
From the Easter musical Road to Calvary, here is an overwhelming testimony of just how far Christ's sacrifice goes for all of us. Beginning contemplatively but building with drama and energy,