O come, let us sing

O come, let us sing

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for SATB or unison voices and organ This joyous, celebratory introit sets well-known words from Psalm 95 and features appealing recitative-like melodies, striking harmonies, and fluctuating metre. The flexible scoring facilitates performance by SATB choir, unison voices, or high voices, and the organ part provides a supportive yet compelling accompaniment. O come, let us sing has been recorded by Wells Cathedral Choir, conducted by Matthew Owens, on the CD 'Flame Celestial' (REGCD320).
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Product details

  • Sheet music | 8 pages
  • 178 x 257 x 1mm | 18g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Vocal score
  • 0193513161
  • 9780193513167

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I can imagine the sound of this short introit, written for a school choir, filling a chapel with perhaps the whole school singing in unison, enriched by an SATB choir. With a strong organ part, it is a rousing but very short introit for a thanksgiving service. Perhaps Mr Bednall could consider it the start of a much longer anthem using Psalm 95? * Gordon Appleton, www.rscm.com, June 2017 *
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About David Bednall

David Bednall is one of the leading choral composers of his generation. He has an extensive freelance playing and conducting career, and is Organist of The University of Bristol, Sub-organist at Bristol Cathedral, and conducts The University Singers. He won prizes in Improvisation and Performance at the examination for FRCO, and has improvised on live radio, and performed extensively in the UK and abroad. He appeared as stunt-organist on 'Dr Who'. He is most
prominent as a composer, and recordings of his works have been extremely well received. A number of his works have been broadcast on radio, and he has been commissioned by St Paul's Cathedral, and The Queen's College, Oxford. His Stabat Mater was premiered in New York, and has been recorded, and his 40-part
motet Lux orta est iust closed the Bristol Proms 2015.
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