To God who gives our daily bread (motet)

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Full details

This piece was featured in the May 2010 edition of Organists’ Review. It was commissioned by S. Daniels Esq. and Miss Leila Ward, to be sung at their wedding breakfast at The Queen’s House, Greenwich, on 31st July, 2010. It is suitable for performance as an introit or short anthem at Harvest and other times of thanksgiving.

A performance of this piece may be heard on YouTube:

Downloading one copy entitles the purchaser to make multiple copies for his/her choir – that is why a single download is $20.

If you sing this piece, please let me know by email as I love to hear about performances of my music. Thank you to everyone who has contacted me, including musicians in the USA.

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

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