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Hymn: Lead, kindly light from Eternal Light: A Requiem

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Hymn: Lead, kindly light from Eternal Light: A Requiem

Product Number: 56-0052*

Composer: Goodall, Howard

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56-0052 Hymn: Lead, kindly light from Eternal Light: A Requiem
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Arranged for SATB choir, two keyboards, strings, and optional harp, with soprano, tenor (optional) and baritone soloists, this fresh and unorthodox interpretation reflects on the words of the Latin Mass by juxtaposing them with poems in English. This movement is a nicely accompanied, homophonic choral setting of the English text by John Henry Newman (1833). Anthem-like and entirely self-sufficient, it is ideal to perform separately apart from the entire work. Duration 2:14

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Product Number 56-0052*
Available Editions Eternal Light: A Requiem (Complete), 56-0002
Available separately:
Requiem: Kyrie: Close now thine eyes, 56-0049
Revelation: Factum est silentium, 56-0050
Litany: Belief, 56-0051
Hymn: Lead, kindly light, 56-0052
Lacrymosa: Do not stand at my grave and weep, 56-0053
Dies Irae: In Flanders fields, 56-0054
Recordare: Drop, drop slow tears, 56-0055
Revelation: Tum angelus tertius clanxit, 56-0056
Agnus Dei, 56-0057
In Paradisum: Lux aeterna, 56-0058
Composer/Arranger Goodall, Howard
Text Author Newman, John Henry
Voicing & Instruments SATB and Piano
Liturgical Year Lent, Triduum/Three Days
Special Services/Occasions Tenebrae
Topics (Sacred) Heaven, Lament/Grief/Sorrow
Topics (Secular) Death/Loss/Remembrance/Afterlife, War/Peace/Unity
Difficulty Medium
Traditional Texts Requiem
Language of Text English, Latin
Historical Period 21st Century
Series Choral Music of Howard Goodall
Publisher MorningStar Music Publishers
sales_restrictions This item is for sale in North America ONLY.

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