SATB choir and organ - Late Intermediate
Composed by Julian Wachner (1969-). Choral Collection. Ascension, 21st Century. E.C. Schirmer Publishing #8287. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.8287).
Item Number: EC.8287
ISBN 600313482878. English, Latin. Second Song of Isaiah; Psalm 139.
A collection of seven sacred works by composer Julian Wachner. Includes: 1. Come, Thou Fount of every blessing, a setting of the composer's original tune, Tanglewood, with words by Robert Robinson (1735-1790); 2. "Ave, dulcissima Maria" from Regina Coeli for SATB Chorus unaccompanied, a setting of 12th Century Latin words; 3. Seek the Lord (Quaerite Dominum) from Three Songs of Isaiah for SATB Chorus (divisi) unaccompanied, a setting of the Second Song of Isaiah from The Book of Common Prayer; 4. Holy, Holy, Holy!, for SATB Chorus and Organ, with optional Brass Quintet and Timpani, a setting of the traditional words "Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty! God in three persons, blessed Trinity!"; 5. Marsh Chapel Service for SATB Chorus, Congregation and Organ, a setting of the Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation, and Agnus Dei from The Book of Common Prayer; 6. Psalm 139: Lord, you have searched me out and known me from Psalm Cycle III for SATB Chorus (divisi) and Organ, or optional Brass Quintet, Percussion, Harp and Organ, a setting of Psalm 139 from The Book of Common Prayer; 7. All Creatures of Our God and King (Now Let the Vault of Heaven Resound) for SATB Chorus and Organ, or optional Brass Quintet, Timpani and Organ, a setting of the German hymn tune Lasst uns erfreuen with words St. Francis of Assisi as translated by William H. Draper, and words by Paul Z. Strodach (1876-1947) as adapted by the composer.