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David W. Music gives new life to this beloved hymn by providing a new melody. Mostly in 2 parts, the notes are easily learned so that choirs of all sizes can get to music making quickly.
Many liturgical traditions celebrate the washing of the feet on Maundy/Holy Thursday. This piece features a haunting congregational refrain, an instrumental part, and plenty of verses to accompany the
This setting of Psalm 116 offers a simple and accessible refrain melody for assemblies, yet is easily enhanced with lovely choral harmonies and descants as well as additional instrumentation for a more
This simple and effective setting is well suited for Maundy Thursday use. The a cappella anthem uses the hymn tune KEDRON in an effective, yet economical way.
The beloved Latin text is set in an elegantly simple texture with conservative ranges. Straightforward rhythms and moments of release create a tapestry of sound that surrounds the optional solo chant line,
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Depicting Jesus' last hours in the garden, where he asks his disciples to "Watch with me," this a cappella anthem creates a haunting atmosphere with slight dissonances and repetition of the plea. It
This inventive interweaving of traditional hymn tune and chants for Holy Thursday is rich with layered melody and meaning. Fr. Jim Chepponis combines Pange lingua gloriosi and Ubi