St Clare Acclamations (Print Edition)
St Clare Acclamations was written for the Poor Clares of Ty Mam Duw, Hawarden. This is a calypso with plenty of room for improvisation and includes part for flute or violin – which is more Jethro Tull than CPE Bach – and a second part in Bb.
The sisters of Ty Mam Duw do not have a keyboard in their chapel. But they find plenty of instruments on which to improvise. Feel free to follow their example.
St Clare Acclamations is also available for digital download which is quicker and cheaper. See:
St Clare Acclamations
St Clare Acclamations (Choir parts)
Includes an A5 assembly part which may be reproduced on single-use service sheets.
Although choir parts are included in the full score the download choir edition gives your singers fewer pages to handle – and saves paper!
St Clare Acclamations is published with the approval of the Department for Christian Life and Worship of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England & Wales.
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