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Two Chants for Good Friday by Nick Baty
The first is a setting of the new ICEL translation for the showing of the Cross, “Behold the wood of the Cross” with a simple assembly refrain of “Come, come let us adore” which may be repeated after the cantor. The second chant accompanies the assembly’s procession to, and veneration of, the Cross. Scored for celebrant, cantor, optional choir and keyboard. £1.25
Hosanna to the King by Nick Baty
A song for gathering, or for the procession, on Palm (Passion) Sunday. The assembly repeats a simple refrain after the cantor and after each of the verses – or the piece can be used as an ostinato with the the cantor’s verses superimposed over the refrain. Scatter a few tambourines and maracas around the assembly and encourage them to improvise. £1.25
Blessing Cup Ps 115 (116) by Nick Baty
Written as a responsorial psalm for Maundy Thursday, this could be used as a communion processional. The assembly sings an ostinato refrain (How can I repay the Lord for all the goodness he shows me?) while the cantor superimposes verses from Psalm 115. Scored for cantor, assembly, keyboard (optional guitar) and with optional parts for one or two C instruments. (See also, How can I thank him, below.) £1.25
How Can I Thank Him? Ps 115 (116) by Nick Baty
Maundy Thursday psalm which might also be used for the communion procession. (See also, Blessing Cup, above) A simple setting for cantor, assembly and keyboard. £1.25
I will sing to the Lord (Exodus 15) by Nick Baty
This canticle follows the third reading at the Easter Vigil. Scored for cantor and assembly with optional choir harmony and Bb trumpet.
O Give Thanks to the Lord Pss 32, Ps 107, and Ps 117 by Nick Baty
The seasonal psalm for Easter (Ps 117) is made flexible to suit other occasions too. The assembly has one refrain but the cantor can choose from three sets of verses, making this suitable for a number of occasions. Scored for cantor, assembly and keyboard/guitar with optional descant (or SAB) and instrumental parts in C and Bb. £1.25
Concept Music was founded in 2004 to share the music sung in an ordinary Liverpool parish with ordinary parishes like us who love to sing.
We don’t publish choral music but we do publish music for the assembly which includes parts for the choir – as well as for flutes, trumpets, piano and even maracas!
For service music, especially settings of the new translation of the Mass, click here.
For songs from, or based on, the scriptures, click here.
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