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for SSATBB choir a cappella
ROC-001
SSATBB
3'
Latin
This original anthem is suitable for all occasions and offers a gentle, contemporary setting of the text used by Anton Bruckner in his well-known composition of the same name composed in 1869. “This place was made by God, a priceless sacrament; it is without reproach.” Genesis 28:16 Exodus 3:5
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for SATB chorus, a cappella
MTN-032
SATB
3'50"
Hebrew
This setting is original and described in the score to be sung as “sultry.” The music gradually increases in speed until it is sung at a frenetic pace. It abruptly halts, and the final phrase is sung slowly in a raw “sultry” ending. This setting would be perfect for a concert incorporating various Psalms or […]
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for 2 Tenor solos & SSAA-SATB-TTBB chorus, a cappella
MTN-053
SSAA-SATB-TTBB
5'20"
Latin
Old Low Franconian
This piece is comprised of two texts: Psalm 60 (in Old Low Franconian – the language of Charlemagne) and Preces Nocturnae (Prayer at Night) written by Alcuin (b. 747). The piece starts with a medieval sounding melody sung by a tenor solo that eventually turns into a round with another tenor solo. The Psalm 60 […]
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for TTBB choir a cappella
MTN-043
TTBB
17'
Latin
Missa Brevis consists of seven short movements for TTBB chorus, a cappella. There is also an SATB version available here. The term Missa Brevis translates as “short mass.” It is derived from the mass of the ordinary (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei) but with some movements removed. Many composers from the renaissance to the […]
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for mixed chorus, a cappella
MTN-051
SATB
3'30"
English
This setting incorporates a more recent and beautiful translation of the most ancient of Christian hymns, Phos Hilaron, by the late William G. Storey. This anthem would be perfect during the lighting of candles at Evensong, Vespers, or Compline.
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for mixed chorus and organ
MTN-031
SATB
SATB-SATB
15'
Latin
This set is a collection of three Latin motets, Ave Maria, Pie Jesu, and Benedictus. Each song is melody driven with interesting and independent vocal lines. They are scored conveniently for organ or piano. A string quartet accompaniment is also available from the composer.
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for SSAAATTBB chorus, a cappella
MTN-033
SATB
SSAAATTBB
4'35"
Latin
The text for the Nunc Dimittis is taken from Luke 2:20-32 of the Latin Vulgate and is commonly referred to as the Canticle of Simeon. In the Roman rite, the Canticle is sung at Candlemas (“Candle Mass”) and during the concluding office of the day, the office of Compline. It is also sung along with […]
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for SATB chorus and organ/piano
MTN-030
SATB+SATB
4'
Latin
The text of the Benedictus is taken from the final two phrases of the Sanctus, the fourth section of the Ordinary of the Mass. Composers have often set it independently from the Sanctus. This setting was originally composed for Selina Midkiff and the Appalachian Children’s Chorus in Charleston, West Virginia. The original consisted of only […]
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for SATB chorus and organ/piano
MTN-027
SATB
4'40"
Latin
The text of the Ave Maria…virgo serena is taken from a cantorale, or hymn, which can be found in the medieval manuscript E-Bc 911 located in the Catalonian town of Girona. The text differs from the more well-known Ave maria…benedicta tu in mulieribus of which many composers, like Victoria, Schubert, and Gounod, have set to […]
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for SA(T)B choir, piano, and optional Flute
MTN-025
SATB
2'30"
Latin
The original Gaudete was published in 1582 in a collection of 74 songs called the Piæ Cantiones ecclesiasticæ et scholasticæ veterum episcoporum, translated as “Devout ecclesiastical and scholastic songs of the old bishops.” Theodoricus Petri, a Finnish student at the university in Rostock, compiled the book of medieval songs from Finland, Sweden, and several other […]
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for mixed choir a cappella
MTN-012
SATB
17'
Latin
Missa Brevis consists of seven short movements  for SATB chorus, a cappella. The term Missa Brevis translates as “short mass.” It is derived from the mass of the ordinary (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei) but with some movements removed. Many composers from the renaissance to the modern era have composed settings of “short […]
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for SATB chorus, soprano solo, & piano/organ or optional string quartet
MTN-009
SATB
5'18"
Latin
For SATB chorus, Soprano solo, and Piano/Organ or optional String Quartet. The text of the Pie Jesu is taken from the final phrase of the Dies irae which can be found in the Requiem Mass. Many composers have famously set the Pie Jesu to music, most notably Gabriel Faure, John Rutter, and Andrew Lloyd Webber. In […]
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for soprano solo, and mixed chorus a cappella
MTN-008
SSAATTBB
5'12"
English
Come Unto Me, for SSAATTBB and Soprano solo, was written for famed soprano of choral, oratorio, and opera repertoire, Jessica Beebe. The solo tessitura is quite high and should be sung with minimal vibrato. While this is written for eight choral parts, the ranges are conservative and move mostly by steps making this an accessible […]
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for TTBB chorus, a cappella
MTN-105
TTBB
4'
English
Help Us to Help Each Other, Lord was composed for the men of St John’s Episcopal Church in Charleston, WV. It was first premiered in 2000 at an Easter Sunrise Service, and was subsequently recorded by the all-male ensemble, Cantabile. Many male choirs have been inspired by the text, by Charles Wesley, which speaks about […]
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for SATB divisi Chorus a cappella
MTN-002
SATB
5'20"
Aramaic
Since the dawn of the first century, the text from the gospel of Matthew 6:9-13, known as the Lord’s Prayer, has inspired many musicians across the globe from Palestrina to Schubert to Duruflé and countless modern composers. The vast collections of Western plainchant and Byzantine chant also include the Lord’s Prayer in their repertoire. Probably […]
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