Advent for Choirs by Archer published by Oxford University Press (OUP)
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Advent for Choirs by Archer published by Oxford University Press (OUP)

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ISBN:  9780193530256
Composer:  Archer, Malcolm
Publisher:  Oxford University Press (OUP)
Forces:  SATB & keyboard
Binding:  Paperback
Pages:  240
Publication Year:  2000

This unique collection approaches Advent afresh, drawing together 52 beautiful and accessible pieces that span the whole gamut of periods, styles, and traditions. Advent for Choirs is the perfect musical and liturgical resource for all church, cathedral, and concert choirs and includes approachable new settings, unjustly neglected music, and works not easily available elsewhere.


Philip Ledger: Adam lay ybounden;
Cleobury: Advent Antiphons (English);
Berry: Advent Antiphons (Latin);
Cleobury: Advent Prose (English);
Cleobury: Advent Prose (Latin);
Archer: Advent Wreath Prayers;
Anon: Alma redemptoris mater (Medieval English);
Archer: The Angel Gabriel;
Carter: Angelus ad Virginem;
Goldschmidt: A tender shoot;
Archer: Ave Maria;
Stanford: Benedictus in C;
Part: Bogoroditsye Dyevo;
Guerrero ed. Morris: Canite tuba;
Cleobury: The Cherry Tree Carol;
Cleobury: Come, thou Redeemer of the earth;
Archer: Creator of the stars of night;
Lloyd: Drop down, ye heavens;
Handl ed. Morris: Ecce concipies;
Manz: E'en So Lord Jesus, Quickly Come;
Cashmore and Praetorius: Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen;
Palestrina ed. Morris: Fuit homo missus a Deo;
Stainer: How beautiful upon the mountains;
Mendelssohn ed. Archer: How lovely are the messengers;
Jackson: I look from afar;
L. Berkeley: I sing of a maiden;
Darlington: Jacob's Ladder;
Poston: Jesus Christ the Apple Tree;
Cleobury: Let all mortal flesh keep silence;
Archer: The Linden Tree Carol;
Archer: Long ago, prophets knew;
Moore: Magnificat in B flat;
ed. Cleobury: Man, assay;
Palestrina ed. Cleobury: Matin Responsory;
Jackson: Matin Responsory;
Shephard: Never weather-beaten sail;
Chilcott: Nova! nova!;
arr. Rutter: O come, O come Immanuel;
arr. Archer: On Jordan's bank;
Wood: O thou, the central orb;
arr. Ferguson: People look East;
Archer: Prayer for the Blessing of Light;
ed. Le Huray: Rejoice in the Lord alway;
Ravenscroft: Remember, O thou man;
arr. Archer: The Angel Gabriel;
arr. Cleobury: The Cherry Tree Carol;
Archer: The Linden Tree Carol;
Vann: There is a flow'r sprung of a tree;
Near: There is no rose;
G. Ives: This is the record of John;
arr. Vaughan Williams: This is the truth sent from above;
Jackson: Tomorrow go ye forth;
Rudolph: Veiled in darkness;
Palestrina arr. Ledger: Vesper Responsory;
Jackson: Vesper Responsory;
Bruckner ed. Rutter: Virga Jesse floruit;
Bach arr. Nicolai: Wachet auf!;
Bach ed. Archer: Wie soll ich dich empfangen;
arr. Guest: Zion, at thy shining gates
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