The New Church Anthem Book: Paperback by Lionel DakersThe New Church Anthem Book: Paperback by Lionel Dakers

The New Church Anthem Book: Paperback

EditorLionel Dakers

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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The definitive collection of 100 anthems, mostly for SATB voices, from Tudor times to the present day, including favourites from each period, and lesser-known pieces. Keyboard reductions are included for unaccompanied music, and organ accompaniments are always practical.
Lionel Dakers was born in Rochester, Kent, in 1924, and died in 2003. He was Director of the Royal School of Church Music from 1972 until 1989 and enjoyed an international reputation as an ambassador for excellence in church music. He was also for more than 30 years an examiner for the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music. H...
Title:The New Church Anthem Book: PaperbackFormat:PaperbackDimensions:592 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 1.34 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0193531097

ISBN - 13:9780193531093

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Table of Contents

Arcadelt: Haec diesArcadelt: O Lord, my God, to theeAston: So they gave their bodiesAttwood: Come, Holy GhostAttwood: Turn thy face from my sinsBach: Awake, thou wintry earthBach: Jesu, joy of man's desiringBach: Jesu, lead my footsteps everBach: King of glory, King of peaceBach: Subdue us by Thy goodnessBairstow: The day draws on with golden lightBairstow: Jesu, the very thought of theeBairstow: Though I speak with the tongues of menBourgeois: O gladsome light, O graceBruckner: Locus isteByrd: Ave verum corpusByrd: Sacerdotes DominiCarter: Mary's MagnificatCarter: O Lord, open thou our lipsCrotch: Comfort, O Lord, the soul of thy servantDrese: Round me falls the nightEccard: When to the temple Mary wentElgar: Ave verum corpusFarrant: Call to remembranceFarrant: Hide not thou thy faceFarrant: Lord, for thy tender mercy's sakeFord: Almighty God, which has me broughtGardiner: Evening HymnGibbons: Almighty and everlasting GodGibbons: Drop, drop, slow tearsGibbons: This is the record of JohnGoss: If we believeGoss: God so loved the worldGoss: O Saviour of the worldGreene: Thou visitest the earthHandel: Lord, I trust theeHandel: Zadok the PriestHarris: Come down, O Love divineHarris: Holy is the true lightHolst: Turn back O ManHow: Praise, O praiseHowells: My eyes for beauty pineJohn IV: Crux fidelisJoubert: O Lorde, the maker of al thingLassus: Super flumina BabylonisLeighton: Solus ad victimamLey: Lo, round the throne a glorious bandLey: The strife is o'erLoosemore: O Lord, increase our faithMarchant: The souls of the righteousMathias: Salve reginaMendelssohn: Above all praiseMendelssohn: When Jesus, our LordMoore: AntiphonMorgan: A Palm Sunday AntiphonMorley: Nolo mortem peccatorisMozart: Ave verum corpusMudd: Let thy merciful ears, O LordMunday: O Lord, the maker of all thingsOxley: My shepherd is LordPalestrina: Adoramus te, ChristePalestrina: Salvator mundiParry: My soul, there is a countryPhillips: Surgens JesusPiccolo: O come, let us sing unto the LordPitoni: Cantate DominoPurcell: Rejoice in the Lord alwayPurcell: Thou knowest, LordRutter: A Gaelic BlessingRutter: God be in my headSaint-Saens: Panis angelicusSchubert: Where Thou reignestSchutz: Praise to thee, Lord JesusShephard: The secret of ChristSomervell: O Saviour of the worldStanford: Pray that JerusalemSterndale Bennett: God is a spiritSterndale Bennett: O that I knew where I might find him!Tallis: If ye love meTchaikovsky: Holy, Holy, HolyThatcher: Come, ye faithfulTye: O Holy Spirit, Lord of graceVaughan Williams: Let us now praise famous menVaughan Williams: O how amiableVictoria: Jesu dulcis memoriaVictoria: O quam gloriosumWalford Davies: Blest are the pure in heartWalford Davies: God be in my headWesley: Blessed be the God and FatherWesley: Lead me, LordWesley: O Lord my GodWesley: Thou judge of quick and deadWesley: Thou wilt keep him in perfect peaceWesley: Wash me throughlyWise: Blessed is he that considerethWood: never weather-beaten sailWood: O thou, the central orbWood: Oculi omnium

Editorial Reviews

`This is a wonderful compilation of materials . . . Highly recommended to those choirs wanting to build an immediate repertoire of standards and useful anthems . . . These settings will carry most choirs through several years of material. Excellent!' Diapason