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All God's People: Young Voices Festival 2010 Book & CD
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All God's People - RSCM Young Voices Festival for 2010


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A festival service for young voices celebrating Gods gift of diversity. Includes a wide-ranging selection of hymns, readings and songs suitable for Years 5-8. For details of festival services to join around the country, or for help with organising your own event for young singers, see www.rscm.com/youngvoices. Each choir will need just one copy of the book with accompanying CD-ROM, from which all the singers' materials can be reproduced.

 

The singers' music may be photocopied from the book, or multiple parts may be printed from the CD-ROM. 

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Catalogue No. S0132
Publisher RSCM Press
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All God’s People is a service book of hymns, songs, readings and prayers all exploring the theme of diversity
All God’s People is a service book of hymns, songs, readings and prayers all exploring the theme of diversity. The format is the familiar one for RSCM Young Voices Festivals with a conductor’s score in the book and then both in the book and on CD-ROM (and printable and photocopiable) all the singers’ music, prayers and readings. The CD-ROM also includes an order of service for the congregation, training notes, warm-up ideas, and an introductory session on the theme of diversity. Finally there is an extra CD with demonstrations of the music and backing tracks.
Any difference between song and anthem is blurred. The three designated ‘anthems’ are Marty Haugen’s song ‘We are a part of all creation’, Geoff Weaver’s arrangement of the Ghanaian song ‘Jesu, Jesu, fill us with your love’, and Ken Burton’s three-part Change is coming. ‘Songs’ include a two-part arrangement by John Barnard of ‘When I needed a neighbour, were you there?’, Geoff Weaver’s two or three-part arrangement of the Nicaraguan song ‘Sent by the Lord am I’ and Chris Norton’s three-part ‘Come on, all you people’. David Peacock arranges ‘We worship God in harmony’ (tune of Auld Lang Syne) alas not in harmony but in unison only for the voices. Add to all those titles the hymns ‘Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation’ and ‘All creatures of our God and King’ and it is apparent how musically rich and varied is this resource pack.
Stephen Patterson
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Review by CMQ / (Posted on 09/09/2010)