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Canticle of Jesus Christ, Our Redeemer: Entrance Antiphon for Chrism Mass (Choral Score)

By Normand Gouin

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Cantor, assembly, SATB choir, brass quintet, timpani, and organ - Medium
Composed by Normand Gouin. Catholic Liturgical Setting, Chrism Mass, Entrance/Communion Antiphon Setting, Ordination, Responsorial Psalm/Canticle Setting. Cathedral Series. Christ the King, Catholic. 16 pages. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MQ.80-430-E).

Item Number: MQ.80-430-E

English, Spanish. Revelation 1:6; Revelation 4:11; Revelation 5:9, 10-12; Psalms 4:6.

This majestic setting of the Entrance Antiphon for Chrism Mass was a winning composition of the 2015 propers composition contest sponsored by the Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians. An extended introduction for brass and organ is ideal for a solemn procession. The text from Revelation is set as a congregational refrain and choral verses. Verses 1-4, set in both English and Spanish, begin in unison for either cantor or unison choir and end with a choral response taken from Psalm 4. The setting culminates with the dramatic fifth verse, "Worthy is the lamb," which acts as a coda leading into the final refrain. The brass quintet parts may be adjusted for smaller ensembles.

Reproducible instrumental parts include: Two Trumpets in B-flat or C, Horn in F, Trombone(s), Tuba, and Timpani.

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