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Forbes L'Estrange, J: The St Helen's Service Vocal Score

Mixed Voices (SATB+)

Forbes L'Estrange, J: The St Helen's Service Vocal Score

Mixed Voices (SATB+)

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Choral leaflet

£3.60

Publisher: RSCM Press
ISBN: C1098

The St Helen’s Service is named after St Helen’s Church in Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, for whose choir and congregation the setting was written. The style is fresh and modern with echoes of Taizé music, simple enough to be accessible for congregations whilst retaining enough interest musically for parish church choirs. The accompaniment is for organ; there are also parts for piano, guitar, bass and drums available as downloads.

CONTENTS (click on each movement to listen to a demonstration recording)

Kyrie

Gloria

Sanctus & Benedictus

Christ has died

Blessing and Honour

Agnus Dei

Gloria from St Helen's Service

Joanna Forbes L'Estrange

Joanna Forbes L’Estrange (b.1971) is an English soprano, composer and choral leader who receives engagements throughout the world. A Master of Arts graduate in Music of Oxford University, she began her career as soprano and Musical Director of the five-time Grammy® Award-winning a cappella group The Swingles and her compositional output reflects her love of choral music, close harmony and jazz. She writes songs (including her own lyrics), sacred anthems, Christmas carols, television production music and arrangements, regularly collaborating with her husband Alexander L’Estrange on their award-winning series of large-scale community choral works. 

A passionate advocate for gender equality, Joanna has become the go-to composer for songs about women. Commissions include We will remember them for the Military Wives Choirs’, A woman (wearing bloomers) on a wheel which has been made into a film by the NYCGB, Suffragette March, Give us grace and A place for us maids, celebrating 40 years of female undergraduates at Trinity College, Cambridge. Her single Twenty-first-century Woman raises money for girls’ education globally. Visit her website: www.joannaforbeslestrange.com/composing