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Henry Purcell Come, Sing Unto the Lord (Ps. 95)

Arranger
Mark Schweizer
Categories
Anthems, Psalms and Canticles
Instrument(s)
Cello, Keyboard [organ/piano]
Voicing
SAB
Difficulty
Easy
Suggested Uses(s)
Description

SAB Choir, Solo, and Keyboard (opt. cello). This wonderful tune is from Purcell's cantata Come Ye Sons of Art, Away (Ode for Queen Mary's Brithday, 1694). Many of us know several pieces from this work - "Strike the Viol," and "Sound the Trumpet," to name two. Accompany this with a Baroque organ setting, or try it with harpsichord and cello. A delightful Baroque gem that will make you want to smile! You can use this one anytime: even do it with a trio, or as an SA duet.

Text from Psalm 95:1-2

Come, sing unto the Lord, sing all ye people.
Let us rejoice in the strength of our salvation.
Come before God's presence with thanksgiving and a song.

Contact

Mark Schweizer
P.O. Box 249
Tryon, North Carolina 28782
Phone 828.859.0323
Toll Free 877.822.0304

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