The New Oxford Easy Anthem Book - Paperback

275,00 kr
Sättning SATB, Orgel

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63 easy and accessible anthems - scored for SATB with the minimum of divisi, and using comfortable ranges
Wonderful repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day - favourite and lesser-known pieces from all periods
20 pieces and arrangements written for this collection - by Andrew Carter, Bob Chilcott, David Willcocks, Alan Bullard, Malcolm Archer, Simon Lole, and others
Music for every season of the Church's year - with a seasonal index for easy reference
Playable accompaniments - simplified wherever possible and mostly suitable for organ without pedals
The New Oxford Easy Anthem Book is an outstanding anthem collection, suitable for all church choirs and designed for use throughout the year. The emphasis is placed firmly on providing the highest quality, easy, and accessible anthem settings.


How: Advent Message
Archer: And I saw a new heaven
attrib. Arcadelt: Ave Maria
Mozart: Ave verum corpus
Pearsall: Ave verum corpus
Saint-Saëns: Ave verum corpus
Chilcott: Be thou my vision
Macbeth Bain, arr. Alan Bullard: Brother James' Air
Pitoni: Cantate Domino
Thorne: Christ is our Cornerstone
Foster: Christ the Lord is risen again
Attwood: Come, Holy Ghost
Thatcher: Come, ye faithful
How: Day by day
Gibbons, arr. David Blackwell: Drop, drop slow tears
Lully, arr. Georges Bizet: Far away, what splendour comes this way
Harris: Fear not, O land
Bullard: For all thy saints
Carter: For the beauty of the earth
Walford Davies: God be in my head
Wilby: God be in my head
Stainer: God so loved the world
Schubert: Holy, holy, holy
Carter: Holy Spirit, truth divine
Halls: Hosanna to the Son of David
Sweelinck: How brightly beams the morning star!
Aston: I give you a new commandment
Purcell: I will thank thee, O Lord
Tallis: If ye love me
J. S. Bach: Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Lole: Jesu, the very thought of thee
Rudolph: Jesu, the very thought of thee
German, arr. Andrew Carter: Joy is come!
Isom: King of all ages, throned on high
Wesley: Lead me, Lord
Vaughan Williams: Let us now praise famous men
Hurford: Litany to the Holy Spirit
Farrant: Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake
Handel: Lord, I trust thee
Willcocks: Love divine, all loves excelling
Ledger: Loving Shepherd of thy sheep
Howells: My eyes for beauty pine
Tye: O come, ye servants of the Lord
Elgar: O salutaris Hostia No. 3
Goss: O Saviour of the world
Vaughan Williams: O taste and see
Plainsong melody, arr. David Blackwell: O Thou, whose all-redeeming might
Corrêa: O vos omnes
Besançon, arr. Malcolm Archer: People, look East
Bullard: Praise ye the Lord
Shephard: Song of Mary
Bullard: Star of the East
Attwood: Teach me, O Lord
Archer: The Lord goes up
Rutter: The peace of God
Ellis: There is no rose
Bevan: There's a wideness in God's mercy
Dutch, arr. Charles Wood: This joyful Eastertide
Bourne: Thou art God
Purcell: Thou knowest, Lord
Rutter: Thy perfect love
Waters: Virgin-born, we bow before thee
Halls: Wash me throughly