Wesley, S.S., ’Who can express the noble acts of the Lord’,2-part anthem (SA +organ)

Composer
Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-76)
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The treble/soprano solo from the 1835 verse anthem ’O Give Thanks’, here arranged for SA choir in two versions: the original key of E flat and in D major in case the high A flat causes problems. I have already uploaded a rearrangement of this lovely movement for full SATB choir. But as there is a shortage of good two-part anthems, I thought this arrangement might usefully fill a gap. SSW himself approved the movement as a separate - albeit solo - anthem.


Score ID
113174
Composer
Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-76)
Year of composition
1835
Lyricist
Bible (Psalms 106, 86)
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
6 minutes
Instrumentation
Choir + keyboard
Genre
Classical music
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