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18 anthems and motets for SATB and organ The anthology includes a representative sample of Stanford's sacred choral music from across the entire span of his career and in every significant genre, from festal pieces for double choir to simple hymn arrangements. The volume includes a general introduction with critical apparatus and a table of liturgical use.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 184 pages
  • 170.18 x 264.16 x 15.24mm | 408.23g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0193866404
  • 9780193866409
  • 2,003,655

Review quote

Stanford's choral music is one of the glories of the English church. Here at last is a beautifully-chosen anthology of his finest anthems which will enrich the repertoire of choirs everywhere. Those of us who already know Stanford's choral music will rush out and buy this collection. Those who don't, should. * John Rutter * In all, this book makes a fine addition to any music library, and the works in it deserve to be better known. Indeed, there remain many more of Stanford's smaller-scale works that are relatively unknown, and this book leaves us wanting more. * Dave Clark, Music and Liturgy Summer 05 *show more

About Sir Charles Villiers Stanford

Jeremy Dibble is Professor of Music at Durham University. He is the editor of A Stanford Anthology: 18 Anthems and Motets and author of two monographs on Parry and Stanford.show more

Table of contents

In memoria aeterna ; I heard a voice from heaven ; The Lord is my shepherd ; Arise, shine ; Justorum animae ; Coelos ascendit hodie ; Beati quorum via ; Let us, with a gladsome mind ; Purest and highest ; In Thee is gladness ; Pray that Jerusalem may have peace ; Praise to the Lord, the Almighty ; Oh! for a closer walk ; When Mary thro' the garden went ; Eternal Father ; Veni Creator ; How beauteous are their feet ; Be merciful unto meshow more