Preces & Responses (2nd Set)

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Downloading a copy of this score entitles the purchaser to make up to 30 copies – that’s why the single download price is $20.

This set should be well within the capabilities of a good parish choir and they are ideally suited to cathedral use. There are no prizes for identifying the cantus firmus in the tenor part in the Lord’s Prayer…

These responses were originally composed to a commission for a setting of the 1992 English Language Office of the Church-in-Wales. They were adapted in 2001 for the words of the 1662 BCP. When they were sung at Llandaff Cathedral, the new dean refused to allow them to be sung to the BCP words and, in an hour or so, I had re-compose them again for the Church-in-Wales English Language rite! Both Welsh rite versions are available on request.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Modern classical music

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