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King of Glory, King of Peace - Festival Service Book 2018

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King of Glory, King of Peace RSCM 90th anniversary festival service, to celebrate the Kingship of Christ.

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King of Glory, King of Peace is the Festival Service Book to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the RSCM, founded in the Jerusalem Chamber of Westminster Abbey on 6 December 1927. It celebrates the kingship of Christ, from The Coming King to The King of Glory. The service has been devised by Christopher Chivers, (Principal, Westcott House Theological College, Cambridge), Andrew Reid (Director of the RSCM), and Tim Ruffer (Head of Publishing at the RSCM).

The book includes works by Bairstow, Duruflé, Ireland, Marenzio, Philip Moore, Pitoni, Purcell, Rachmaninoff and Richard Shephard, as well as an introit by Peter Nardone specially commissioned for this service, and a Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis suitable for parish choirs by Grayston Ives.

King of Glory, King of Peace includes a wide selection of hymns and songs, and a choice of choral items suitable for full SATB choir as well as those with more limited resources. Equally suitable for Area Festivals performed by hundreds and for smaller local services, this book offers a treasure store for use on many occasions.

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Catalogue No. S0176
Publisher RSCM Press
Contents

Outline of the Service

The Coming King

Introit:

Pitoni: Cantate Domino

or

Nardone: O sing unto the Lord

or

Mason: Joy to the world

 

Greeting

Reading: Zechariah 9: 9-10

 

The Birth of a King

Hymn

Lo, he comes with clouds descending (with Martin How last verse)

or

Love, divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern)

or

Into the darkness of this world

 

 

The Teaching King

Reading: The Elixir, George Herbert

 

Praise for the King

Psalm 145

Anglican Chant (Walmisley in A)

or

Responsorial Chant (Reid)

or

Scottish Metrical (CH4 100 – Warrington)

 

Reading: 1 Samuel 16 

 

 

The Shepherd King

Anthem

Gordon Jacob: Brother James’s Air

or

Lennox Berkeley: The Lord is my shepherd

or

Bairstow: The king of love

 

The Servant King

Reading: John 13: 1-17 

Anthem

Philip Moore: What wondrous love is this

or

Richard Shephard: A new commandment

or

Duruflé: Ubi Caritas

 

 

Hymn

This is your coronation (am183)

or

To mock your reign (AM154)

 

His Kingly rule in us

Reading: Praise (II), George Herbert (from The Temple, 1633)

 

Hymn

Alleluia, sing to Jesus

or

Crown him with many crowns

or

King of Kings, majesty

 

Address

 

The King of Glory

Anthem

Marenzio: O Rex gloriae

or

Purcell: O God, the King of Glory

or

Ireland: Te Deum in F

 

Presentation of Awards

 

Prayers 

using Antiphon, George Herbert (from The Temple, 1633)

 

Anthem

Rachmaninoff: The Cherubic Hymn

or

Bairstow: Let all mortal flesh

or

Philip Duffy: A Song of Salvation

 

Blessing 

 

Recessional Hymn 

Rejoice the Lord is King 

or

You’re the word of God the Father (MP1140).

  

ADDITIONAL Choral Resources

Preces & Responses by Harry Bramma 

Magnificat & Nunc dimittis by Grayston Ives

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