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Celtic Communion

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By Mark Hayes

SATB choir, Piano (With Optional Flute, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion) - Digital Download
Composed by Mark Hayes (1953-). Sacred Anthem, Easter, Communion, Maundy Thursday. Octavo. 12 pages. Lorenz Publishing Company #e10/3749L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LX.10-3749L).

Item Number: LX.10-3749L

ISBN 9781429103213.

Mark Hayes pairs the flowing Gaelic melody BUNESSAN with traditional texts that are a perfect match! Opening with two verses of the hymn text Bread of the World in Mercy Broken, it closes with the famous text from St. Patrick's Breastplate. This piece is a must for every church choir library!

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    Vernon and Manchester, CT
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  • May 26, 2012 Celtic Communion

    I'm a musician of middling skill, with recorders, pennywhistles and flutes ready to hand. Most of my pennywhistle playing has been of contradance music. A friend who is a church director of music e-mailed me to suggest I give this a listen, and of course I did. I...

    should say that my buying this was provoked by my liking the sound file a lot, and the ease of ordering and obtaining the music. My friend thought the line for flute-or-whistle would be an easy read, and it was, except for the fact of the key change. But there was a good space of time for me to change from a C-whistle to a D-whistle. My one real problem when I performed with the choir was that for most of page 8 I over-powered the choir, as I realized later listening to a recording, especially measures 84 through 86, with those sustained high notes. Overall, though, playing this with a church choir was a very pleasurable experience.

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