Thirty-Seven Soprano Descants. Composed by Dan Locklair (1949-). Choral Score. Composed 2007-08. Published by Subito Music Corporation (SU.91420020).
Item Number: SU.91420020
CONTENTS: Azmon O for a thousand tongues to sing, Bereden vag for herren, Prepare the way, Cwm rhondda, Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, Dix, As with gladness men of old, Easter Hymn (Jesus Christ is risen today), Ein feste burg (A mighty fortress is our God), Ellacombe (The day of resurrection!), Engelberg (All praise to thee), Es flog ein kleines waldvogelein (Hail to the Lord-s Anointed), Gelobt sei Gott (Good Christians all, rejoice and sing!), Gloria (Angels we have heard on high), Gott sei dank (On this day, the first of days), Helmsley (Lo! He comes, with clouds descending), Hymn to joy (Joyful, joyful, we adore thee), Lasst uns erfreuen (All creatures of our God and King), Laudate Dominum (O praise ye the Lord!), Llanfair (Hail the day that sees him rise), Lyons (How firm a foundation), Materna (O beautiful for spacious skies), (O Trinity of love and power), Moscow (Christ for the world we sing!), Munich () National hymn (God of our fathers), Nicaea (Holy, holy, holy!), (Now thank we all our God), Ora lab ora (Come, labor on), Paderborn (Ye servants of God), Psalm 42 (Comfort, comfort ye my people), Russia (God the Omnipotent), St. Denio (Immortal, invisible, God only wise), St. Kevin (Come, ye faithful raise the strain), Solemnis haec festivitas (Now let us sing our praise to God), Tidings (O Zion, haste), Ton-y botel (Singing songs of expectation), Valet will ich dir geben (All glory laud and honor), Wie schon leuchtet (How bright appears the Morning Star), Winchester new (Before the Lord-s eternal throne).