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The Oxford Book of Easy Flexible Anthems - Paperback edition
Edited by Alan Bullard



  • Simple, varied anthems for the church year

  • More than 65 flexibly scored anthems

  • Suitable for choirs of all voices and size
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The Oxford Book of Easy Flexible Anthems is designed to complement The Oxford Book of Flexible Anthems, enabling church choirs of all types and sizes to have at their fingertips easy music for every occasion. The collection presents flexibility of scoring in a constructive and realistic way, with particular provision for unison or two-part singing, while not forgetting SATB choirs, and a focus on ease of learning and performance. With complete coverage of the Church's year, and a fabulous range of accessible, quality material, this is a vital resource for all church choirs. 

  • More than 65 flexibly scored anthems
  • Suitable for mixed choirs, upper-voice choirs, male-voice choirs, choirs with few men, unison choirs, small choirs, and all other groups
  • New flexible arrangements of modern classics and traditional favourites
  • Brand new pieces by composers such as Malcolm Archer, Alan Bullard, Cecilia McDowall, Sarah Quartel, and Richard Shephard
  • Wide range of material, from Thomas Tallis to the present day and including plainsong, folk tunes, spirituals, and African songs
  • Accessible keyboard accompaniments suitable for organ (with or without pedals) or piano
  • Comprehensive coverage of the Church's year, excluding Christmas, with a table printed for reference

 

Additional Information

Additional Information

Catalogue No. B0431
Publisher Oxford University Press
Contents

A Gaelic Blessing, John Rutter
A Prayer of St Columba, Cecilia McDowall
A new commandment, Richard Hubbard
Alive in me, Thomas Hewitt Jones
Alleluia, William Byrd<

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