Wesley, S.S.: Wash me throughly (SATB and organ)

By: S.S.Wesley
For: Choir + keyboard
page one of Wesley, S.S.: Wash me throughly (SATB and organ)

Buy this score and parts

Wesley, S.S.: Wash me throughly (SATB and organ)

(+ VAT when applicable)
PDF icon

Instant download

You are purchasing high quality sheet music PDF files suitable for printing or viewing on digital devices.
Composer
S.S.Wesley
Year of composition
1840
Year of arrangement
2006
Lyricist
Psalm 51.
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
License details
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

This Ash Wednesday and Lenten anthem is a standard piece in the choral repertoire and so needs little introduction. The version offered here is, however, of particular interest in being set from the first published edition, the Twelve Anthems of 1853. We usually sing the revised (1863) version. The 1853 version differs very little, in fact. But note that in bars 30-1 (1853) the altos repeat all, all on their E ntaural with the tenors; whereas in later edns the E is tied and all sung once only. All dynamics as in original, with any variation marked in square brackets. The original organ part is followed as exactly as possible, with only a few minor transpositions of a left hand voice to rh and vice versa. Punctuation of the text is modernised (there is virtually none in the original). Note, however, that I have retained one important instance of 1853 punctuation at bar 94: the full stop here seems to suggest an emphatic pause, one longer than that at 87; this in turn suggests a very piano, almost coda-like, treatment of the final 7 bars.

To purchase this score, please add it to your cart above. To purchase music not currently available on Score Exchange or for extended license requests, please contact the publisher directly.
WESLEY, S.S. Praise the Lord, O my Soul (ssatb,SATB + organ ) , ALBERT, Prince Consort: Jubilate in A (SATB choir + organ/piano), 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, Brooks-Davies: Communion anthem: We Take This Bread (SATB + keyboard), Wesley, S.S., ’Who can express the noble acts of the Lord’,2-part anthem (SA +organ), Wesley, S.S., ’Who Can Express the Noble Acts of the Lord’. 4-pt anthem, Advent prelude on Let all mortal flesh keep silence (2 fl, viola, keyboard, guitar chording)., Wesley, S.S., ’The Wilderness’ (SSATB + B solo and organ), Wesley, S.S., Ascribe unto the Lord (SSATB choir 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: Remember me when I am gone away (Christina Rossetti setting) SATB choir + piano, Brooks-Davies: When I am dead, my dearest (Christina Rossetti) for SATB Choir plus 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: Alma Redemptoris Mater (SATB + organ), Brooks-Davies: Ave Maria (SATB choir + organ), 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: Our Father (The Lord’s Prayer) 1st setting (SATB choir a cappella or with organ), Brooks-Davies: There is no rose of such virtue (first setting) SATB choir + piano and Brooks-Davies: O magnum mysterium (SATB choir + organ; in Latin)

Reviews of Wesley, S.S.: Wash me throughly (SATB and organ)

Sorry, there's no reviews of this score yet. Please .