Two Chants for Good Friday by Nick Baty
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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
This is the day by Nick Baty
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An upbeat song for Easter with verses from Psalm 117. Originally written as a gathering song for Easter Sunday, this could also be used at the end of the Vigil. Scored for cantor/choir, assembly, piano and optional Bb trumpet and trombone. Includes a descant with Latin text (Haec dies) for the choir.
Songs for the Communion Procession, a series of psalms with simple memorable refrains for the assembly. For further information, visit the Communion Songs page.
Most of our Glorias, Gospel Greetings and Holys are now available for digital download from Sheet Music Plus and we’ll adding more over the coming weeks. Our complete catalogue will be available for digital download by the end of June.
Concept Music was founded in 2004 to share the music sung in an ordinary parish in Liverpool 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, pianos and even maracas.
All our music is written for the people of Our Lady Immaculate, Everton, and for the Poor Clares of Ty Mam Duw, Hawarden