MANNING, G - Anthem: Forth From The Dark And Stormy Sky Op.37
ANTHEMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Forth From The Dark And Stormy Sky Text: Reginald Heber (1783-1826) Music: Gerald Manning
The English word Anthem’ has been derived from the Anglo-Saxon antefen’, which in turn is from the Greek antiphona’. Anthems evolved in relative independence of European idioms in the Anglican Church after the Reformation, and are one of the most characteristic of English musical forms, and are usually sung at a certain point in the service although they are not necessarily a part of the service as the Canticles and Psalms are. Of English origin an injunction was inserted into the Prayer Book in 1662 that "In quires and places where they sing, here followeth the anthem".
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