This sequence of words and music provides both the framework for a devotional service and a wide range of choral resources for use during the Epiphany season. The service is conceived as a procession in which words, music, movement, symbol and ceremony play their part to help deepen our understanding of the mystery of God who, in Jesus, shares our life by taking human flesh. The choral music offers flexibility in a wide range of styles and levels of difficulty for choirs of all standards and has been chosen with limited rehearsal time in mind.
Includes music by Malcolm Archer, Thomas Hewitt Jones, Martin How, Grayston Ives, Andrew March, Peter Moger, David Ogden, Richard Shephard and Ian Wicks.
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Catalogue No. S0136 Publisher RSCM Press Contents
Outline of the Service
¶ The Gathering Acclamation 1
Introit Why, imperious Herod, shouldst thou fear 2
Greeting and Opening Prayer 5
Hymn The first nowell 6
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