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Craig McLeish: A Gaelic Blessing (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Piano Accompaniment, SSA)


A Gaelic Blessing is a simple and catchy piece by Craig McLeish. This piece will be particularly useful for school, junior and community choirs, and a tuneful introduction to singing simple contrapuntal lines.

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Graham Ross: Lullay, My Liking (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, Organ Accompaniment, 2-Part Choir)


Lullay, my liking is scored for accompanied two-part choir, allowing for various upper-/lower-voice combinations: two-part trebles or sopranos, upper voices only (S/A), or men only (T/B). If performed by a four-part choir, sopranos and tenors should read the upper line, and altos and basses read the lower. The keyboard part can be played on piano or organ, or harp.

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Andrew Cusworth: There Is No Rose (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


There is no rose is a three part musical journey, first exploring nature, then musing on the mystery of the virgin Mary as the Mother of God, the nature of God, Creation and the Trinity, and ending with a procession towards Christmas.

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Sam Lung: Arise! This Joyful Eastertide~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment)


Arise! This Joyful Eastertide was a winner from the Novello Lent and Easter Composing Competition.

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Robin Hodson: This Is The Day~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment)


This Is The Day composed by Robin Hodson for SATB and Organ accompaniment.

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Phillip Cooke: Invocation (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Trumpet)


Invocation is a distillation of everything we might class as a stereotypical English country afternoon – cricket on the green, church bells, birdsong and warm beer – the mythical 'middle-England'.

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Timothy Noon: Evocation To A Friend (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, Piano Accompaniment, SSA)


Evocation to a Friend explores themes of friendship and hope. The music grows in intensity over a cyclic harmonic pattern, with repeating melodic fragments arranged across the four voices creating a hypnotic effect.

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Timothy Noon: Ave Verum (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


The harmonic language of Ave verum is rich and full flavoured, without being strongly dissonant.

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John Duggan: La Ballade De Jesus Christ (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


La Ballade de Jésus Christ has a simple, almost childlike quality to its text and this is reflected in the shimmering harmonies and soft, fleeting dissonances, presenting the story as a bitter-sweet fairy tale.

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Craig McLeish: The Negro Speaks Of Rivers (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


The Negro Speaks of Rivers, a new concert work from respected contemporary composer Craig McLeish, is a reflection on the ancient affinities between human beings and the world’s great rivers.

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Francis Pott: There Is No Rose Of Such Virtue (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


There is no rose of such virtue is an anonymous mediaeval text, already well known through beautiful settings by Britten (in his Ceremony of Carols), John Joubert and others.

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James Davy: Drop, Drop Slow Tears (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Drop, drop slow tears is set in a simple three-verse format, beginning with upper voices whose melting harmonies are intended to convey dropping tears.

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Thomas Hyde: Sweet Was The Song (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Sweet was the song is a short and simple SATB setting of a familiar Christmas text.

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Thomas Hyde: As A Lily Among Thorns (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


As a lily among thorns was first performed publicly by Commotio directed by Matthew Berry. The words are taken from the Song of Songs.

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Zachary Wadsworth: Out Of The South Cometh The Whirlwind (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment)


In Out of the south cometh the whirlwind, chant-like melodies and colourful organ writing combine to explore the relationship between God and the natural world.

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John Duggan: Ave Verum (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Ave verum was commissioned early in 2011 by Edward Rowntree for the birthday of his father, John Rowntree, director of music at Douai Abbey in the UK.

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Jonathan Bridcut: Why, O Lord, Do You Stand Far Off? (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? was written in memory of the victims of the London bombings on 7 July 2005, questions the presence of God in times of human disaster, particularly when committed by man upon his fellow man.

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John Duggan: Nunc Autem Manet (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Nunc autem manet reveals the three fundamental tenets of Christian life with contrasting austere and lush harmonies and brief, contrapuntal episodes.

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Zachary Wadsworth: O Saving Victim (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


An inspiring selection of new works from a range of contemporary composers, the Novello New Choral Series offers pieces for all types of choirs, including sacred and secular works from simple, four-part settings to more expansive, yet accessible, repertoire in an exciting variety of styles.

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Harriet Wybor: Lully, Lullay (Novello New Choral Series)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


Lully, Lullay was written at the request of Philip Reed, music director of the Bury St Edmunds Bach Choir, which gave the first performance on 17 December 2011 at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk. Inspired by the familiar medieval text of the Coventry Carol, it is sung a cappella and invokes the sense of a lullaby through its metre and lilting melody.


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