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Philip Wilby: The Word Made Flesh: SATB

Vocal Score | Sheet Music & Songbooks
Instrumentation SATB and Organ
Composer Philip Wilby
Publisher Chester Music
Series Contemporary Church Music

Philip Wilby (b.1949), is a Yorkshire-based contemporary composer. Since 1990, he has been best known for his extensive and highly successful Brass Band repertoire, while maintaining a steady output of liturgical and choral work. His delightful carol The Word Made Flesh was written in 1987 for the choir of Bradford Cathedral. The lyrics are taken from the poem by Ben Jonson (c.1573-1637), “I Sing The Birth Was Born Tonight” (c.1600, but published posthumously), which reflects on the nativity scene.

The carol is scored for SATB with an organ accompaniment, and is of approx. 3 minutes duration.

Difficulty Intermediate-Advanced
Store Sheet Music & Songbooks
Product Format Vocal Score
Release Date 2000
Pages 14
EAN 5020679508220
Edition Number CH59212
Catalog No. MUSCH59212
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Songlist

  1. The Word Made Flesh

Philip Wilby: The Word Made Flesh reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Quality of content
9.8
Value for money
9.2
Overall rating
9.8
Scores 9.8 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
10 out of 10

Stuart

Near Pau, SW France GB Amateur musician and singer
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This is a beautifully and skillfully written setting of Ben Jonson's poem, "I sing the birth was born tonight." The harmonies are superb with many suspensions, but not too difficult for a reasonably competent choir, and the melody haunting and eminently singable. It deserves wider popularity.
Nothing.
Confirmed purchase: 19 September 2014
Published on: 14 November 2014
10 out of 10

Colin

Leeds GB Music educator and choir
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A truly beautiful carol which can tackled by choirs with only limited experience. Really loved by choir and congregation alike.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 29 November 2013
Published on: 21 June 2014
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