Newton West Kirby (Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright) NEH 193 (revised and now with a descant/last verse arrangement)

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Year of composition
2013
Lyricist
J. M Neale
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Modern classical music
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This tune was composed for the words ’Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright’, and first sung (a few minutes later!) at Mass for the Feast of St Michael & All Angels on 29th September, 2013 at St Matthew’s Bethnal Green.

I have revised the tune in triple time to obviate the need for different rhythms in different verses to accommodate the stresses of the text. I have also added a descant and special organ part (which may be played with/without the descant being sung) for the last verse.

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Descant to 'Praise, my soul' (Praise, my soul, the King of heaven), Descant to 'Aberystwyth' (Jesu, lover of my soul), Descant to 'Richmond' (City of God, how broad and far / Fill thou my life, O Lord my God), Eucharistic Acclamation (When we eat this bread and drink this cup), Greenwich (original DSM hymn-tune), St Luke (Saviour, who didst healing give) Hymn for the Feast of St Luke (18th October) New English Hymnal 194; Hymns Ancient & Modern Revised 567, Descant to 'Quem Pastores' (Jesus, good above all other), Descant to 'Helmsley' (Lo, He comes with clouds descending) English Hymnal words, Caledonian Wharf (DCM Hymn tune), Sancta Maria Magdalena (Mary, weep not, weep no longer) EASTER HYMN, Descant to 'St Edmund' (Songs of thankfulness and praise), Corpus Christi (Draw nigh, and take the body of the Lord), Cloth Fair (There’s a wideness in God’s mercy), Descant to 'Veni Emmanuel' (O come, O come, Emmanuel), Scully (Jesus Christ is risen: The feast, good Christians, therefore keep) EASTER HYMN, Descant to 'St Clement' (The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended) (G major), Descant to 'St Albinus' (Jesus lives! thy terrors now) (C major), Descant to 'St Gabriel' (The radiant morn hath passed away), Descant to 'Breslau' (Take up thy cross the Saviour said), Descant to 'Caswall' (Glory be to Jesus), Descant to 'Rockingham' (When I survey the wondrous Cross) (D major), Descant to 'Rockingham' (When I survey the wondrous Cross) (Eb major), Descant to 'See, amid the winter’s snow', Descant to 'St Peter' (As now the sun’s declining rays/How sweet the name of Jesus sounds), Descant to 'Noel' (It came upon the midnight clear), Descant to 'Crimond' (The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not want), Descant to 'St Stephen' (The Lord will come and not be slow), Descant to 'The Old 120th' (Hail to the Lord who comes/O thou not made with hands), Descant to 'St Albinus' (Jesus lives! thy terrors now) (Bb major), Descant to 'Strength and Stay' (O Strength and Stay upholding all creation), Descant to 'Lobe den Herren'/'Praxis Pietatis' (Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation), Descant to 'St Clement' (The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended) (Ab major), Descant to 'All Saints' (Who are these, like stars appearing?), Descant to 'St Ethelwald' (Soldiers of Christ, arise), Descant to 'Helmsley' (Lo! he comes with clouds descending), Descant & Double Descant to 'Gott will’s machen' (Saints of God! Lo, Jesu's people), Woodbury (From Heaven’s bounty, Jesus blest), Acton Park (The Son of God proclaim), St Teilo (Lord of beauty, thine the splendour), Canon on ’Sandys’ (Teach me, my God and King) and Mackintosh (Light of the minds that know him)

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