Wesley, S.S., ’Who Can Express the Noble Acts of the Lord’. 4-pt anthem

By: Samuel Sebastian Wesley
For: Choir + keyboard
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Composer
Samuel Sebastian Wesley
Year of composition
1835
Year of arrangement
2011
Lyricist
Bible (Psalms 106, 86)
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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A new anthem by SSW…. This is, of course, the delightful treble solo from the verse anthem of 1835, ’O Give Thanks’. I have added ATB parts so that it can be used as a short general anthem - a form that SSW isn’t exactly well-known for! As such, it usefully complements ’Wash me throughly,’ ’Thou wilt keep him’, and ’O Lord my God’.

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WESLEY, S.S. Praise the Lord, O my Soul (ssatb,SATB + organ ) , ALBERT, Prince Consort: Jubilate in A (SATB choir + organ/piano), Brooks-Davies: Be still, and know that I am near you (Ps. 46) for SATB choir and piano or organ, ALBERT, Prince Consort: Te Deum (SATB + organ or piano), Wesley, S.S.: Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace (1st edition, 1853); SATTB and organ, Wesley, S.S., ’Who can express the noble acts of the Lord’,2-part anthem (SA +organ), Wesley, S.S., ’The Wilderness’ (SSATB + B solo and organ), Wesley, S.S., Ascribe unto the Lord (SSATB choir and organ), Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: Our Saviour, through this bread and wine (Breton melody) SATB choir + keyboard, Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: Jesu, we come with rev’rence and love (based on the Eriskay lullaby) SATB choir + keyboard, Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: Wafer and darkest wine (based on ’Oft in the stilly night’, Irish anon) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: With this bread and with this wine (based on the Eriskayan love song) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: Ubi caritas/ Where charity and love are (Gregorian) SATB choir + organ. Latin and English., Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: In the quiet of this moment (Suo Gan arrangement) SATB choir + keyboard, Brooks-Davies: Lord, have mercy (Kyrie eleison, Taize chant style) Sop solo + SATB choir., Wesley, S.S.: Wash me throughly (SATB and organ), Brooks-Davies: Despised and Rejected (anthem for Lent) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: We welcome you: A Baptism anthem for SATB choir and keyboard, Brooks-Davies: Sleeping at Last (Christina Rossetti setting) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: Roses on a Brier (Christina Rossetti setting) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: When I am dead, my dearest (Christina Rossetti) for SATB Choir plus piano., Brooks-Davies: Te Deum in C (SATB choir + organ). In English., Brooks-Davies: Remember me when I am gone away (Christina Rossetti setting) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) in G (SATB choir + organ) (English), Brooks-Davies: Lamb of God (SATB + piano), Brooks-Davies: And Is There Care in Heaven? (SATB choir + piano), Brooks-Davies: O Sacrum Convivium (O Holy Meal) SATB + organ (in Latin), Brooks-Davies: Our Father (The Lord’s Prayer) 2nd setting Soprano sax + SSATB choir + keyboard, Brooks-Davies: Tantum ergo Sacramentum (Before the Holy Mystery) SATB choir + piano/organ. In Latin., Brooks-Davies: Lullay, Mine Lyking (A Carol for Christmas) SATB choir + piano., Brooks-Davies: Our Father (The Lord’s Prayer) 1st setting (SATB choir a cappella or with organ) and Brooks-Davies: God be in my head (SATB choir + piano)

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