This accessible and sensitively written SAB setting is suitable for use in the liturgy as well as concert settings. The engaging melody and contemporary harmonies highlight a classic Latin text.
This is a warm and contemplative a cappella setting of the medieval Latin hymn built around harmonic sequences and an appealing opening phrase. With no divisi of the four parts, it is a good piece for
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In this miniature by Edward Elgar, William Tortolano has once again discovered a hidden treasure a charming alternative to the Mozart Ave Verum Corpus. A soloist lines out the simple melody and the choir
This G. Schirmer arrangement of Mozart's communion motet Ave Verum, for choir and organ accompaniment. A singable English text and the original Latin text are included.
This energetic a cappella piece in 7/8 time might offer a bit of a challenge rhythmically, but after some rehearsal time it is accessible for any SATB choir. The lilting cadence and vigorous tempo set a
"Draw nigh and take the Body of the Lord, and drink the holy Blood for you outpoured. Saved by that Body and that holy Blood, with souls refreshed, we render thanks to God." Set at a very slow tempo, this
"The eyes of all look to You, and You give them their food in due season." Certain to be a favorite for your choir, this beautiful a cappella piece can be used any Sunday during communion. Thoughtful and
A beautiful 3-part communion anthem by the composer of Here I Am, Lord.
This is stunningly beautiful! From its a cappella opening to the lush harmonies of the subsequent verses, this new communion anthem is extraordinary in every way. Guaranteed to become a
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This Communion song combines an English translation of the fourteenth-century prayer Anima Christi (Soul of my Savior) with a refrain on the text "O sacrament most holy." Also provided is an alternate
Hugh Benham brings the lofty English cathedral style into this lovely a cappella anthem. Fitting for both concert and worship, the vocal parts flow with dignity and beauty. Worshipful and sensitive, the
The young Norwegian composer provides this stunning setting of the Latin text. Lush, dense chords and beautiful, soaring melodies are the hallmarks of this special composition. Commissioned by one of
Set for voices, piano, and two C instruments, this work starts with unison voices and builds slowly in depth and intensity, adding voices, different textures and deeper harmonic language as it progresses.
With a text by James Montgomery, this moderately difficult anthem is lovely and engaging. The middle section is a cappella and highlights the communion theme. The organ part is lush and will take some
This brief, gentle lullaby is inspired by a remarkable 19th-century poem. The a cappella vocals are mesmerizing, a good challenge for mid-size and larger choirs. With shimmering harmonies, this new carol is
This responsorial psalm has a memorable melody and is easily learned. The verses grow in depth as the work proceeds and a beautiful descant is added to expand the harmony even further. Psalm 34 appears a
This brief musical gem for a cappella choir, sets a text drawn from I Cor 10:17 appointed for Votive Masses for the Unity of the Church. Evocative harmony and texture, from this leading figure in the
Reflect on the gifts God gives in the Sacrament of Holy Communion with this hymn concertato by Matthew Machemer. Scored for two-part voices, congregation, organ, and one or two treble instruments on the
This text by Jaroslav Vajda speaks to the community and fellowship found in the body of Christ. The original tune "Wonder" is lyrical and very singable. The anthem is appropriate for many different Sundays
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