Selected Sacred Choral Works of Julian Wachner, Volume 2
by Julian Wachner
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SATB choir and organ - Late Intermediate

SKU: EC.8287

Composed by Julian Wachner. Choral Collection. Ascension, 21st Century. Choral score. E.C. Schirmer Publishing #8287. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.8287).

ISBN 600313482878. UPC: 600313482878. English, Latin. Second Song of Isaiah; Psalm 139.

A collection of seven sacred works by composer Julian Wachner.

Includes:
1. Come, Thou Fount of every blessing, a setting of the composer's original tune, Tanglewood, with words by Robert Robinson (1735–1790);
2. "Ave, dulcissima Maria" from Regina Coeli for SATB Chorus unaccompanied, a setting of 12th Century Latin words;
3. Seek the Lord (Quaerite Dominum) from Three Songs of Isaiah for SATB Chorus (divisi) unaccompanied, a setting of the Second Song of Isaiah from The Book of Common Prayer;
4. Holy, Holy, Holy!, for SATB Chorus and Organ, with optional Brass Quintet and Timpani, a setting of the traditional words "Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty! God in three persons, blessed Trinity!";
5. Marsh Chapel Service for SATB Chorus, Congregation and Organ, a setting of the Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation, and Agnus Dei from The Book of Common Prayer;
6. Psalm 139: Lord, you have searched me out and known me from Psalm Cycle III for SATB Chorus (divisi) and Organ, or optional Brass Quintet, Percussion, Harp and Organ, a setting of Psalm 139 from The Book of Common Prayer;
7. All Creatures of Our God and King (Now Let the Vault of Heaven Resound) for SATB Chorus and Organ, or optional Brass Quintet, Timpani and Organ, a setting of the German hymn tune Lasst uns erfreuen with words St. Francis of Assisi as translated by William H. Draper, and words by Paul Z. Strodach (1876–1947) as adapted by the composer.