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O God, Beyond All Praising

Concertato on THAXTED

By Gustav Holst

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SATB choir and organ accompaniment - Beginning
Concertato on THAXTED. Composed by Gustav Holst (1874-1934). Arranged by Richard Proulx. Thanksgiving Day, Christ the King, OT 18 A. Concertato Series. Tune Name: Thaxted. 20th Century and Sacred. Vocal score. With vocal score notation, lyrics and organ accompaniment. 8 pages. GIA Publications #3190. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-3190).

Item Number: GI.G-3190

9x12 inches. English. Text by Michael Perry. Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15, Job 13:15, Psalm 8:4, Psalm 27:4, Psalm 50:2, Psalm 116:7, Psalm 130:5, Ecclesiastes 12:13, Lamentations 3:41, Hebrews 13:15, James 1:17.

The commanding Gustav Holst tune, thaxted, paired with Proulx's superb arrangement for SATB voices, assembly, organ, brass, and timpani, is here published in a new edition with a powerful hymn to the Holy Spirit. It's a win, win, win. A level 3- 3, 4, 5 octaves handbell edition, compatible with both choral and full score editions, G-8980 THAXTED arranged by Philip Roberts.

Brass quintet and timpani parts are optional. Trombone I can be substituted for Horn in F. Percussion is for suspended cymbal, crash cymbal and triangle.

A level 3- 3, 4, 5 octaves handbell edition, compatible with both choral and full score editions, G-8980 THAXTED arranged by Philip Roberts.

A majestic concertato.

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  • 5

    theconductr
    Location:
    St. Paul, MN
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 20, 2013 Proulx's "O God"

    This arrangement has depth, variety, and a grand ending. With respect to depth, the first 16 bars bring together the brass in a most mysterious way, weaving the texture together and culminating in a nicely wrought hemiola in mm. 14 - 16. The second verse is for choir only, and most...

    satisfying. The grand ending repeats the final line of text, setting it in a grand hemiola-shaped ending. With all respect, far from a dirge, this is church music at its most profound. Highly recommended.

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    Anonymous
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  • April 19, 2008 solemn

    My sister felt this arrangement sounded "like a dirge." We were looking for something more upbeat for my wedding. We ended up using a hymn arrangement instead. This arrangement might be good if you want something solemn.

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  • 5

    Brian
    Location:
    Charlottesville, VA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • November 07, 2007 Great Arrangement

    This pieces is amazing. I would suggest it to anyone looking for a vesitle piece for a festive occassion. I'm doing it with Brass, Timpani and Organ. All the instrumental parts are avilable from GIA. I highly recommend this piece to everyone.

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