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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Anthems; Motets|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Villiers Stanford; Jeremy Dibble
|Language Note:||English or Latin words; non-singing English translations printed above the score where appropriate.|
|Notes:||For mixed voices (mainly SATB), mostly with organ acc.
Includes bibliographical notes and list of sources.
|Description:||1 score (x, 174 pages) ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||In memoria aeterna --
I heard a voice from heaven --
The Lord is my shepherd --
Arise, shine --
Three Latin motets. Justorum animae ; Coelos ascendit hodie ; Beati quorum via --
Six hymns. Let us, with a gladsome mind ; Purest and highest ; In Thee is gladness ; Pray that Jerusalem may have peace ; Praise to the Lord, the Almighty ; Oh! for a closer walk --
When Mary thro' the garden went ; Eternal Father ; Veni, Creator ; How beateous are their feet --
Be merciful unto me.
|Other Titles:||Choral music.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeremy Dibble.|
In all, this book makes a fine addition to any music library, and the works in it deserve to be better known. Indeed, there remain many more of Stanford's smaller-scale works that are relatively