Latvian Dziesmu Grmata (1992)music For Your Church Services

These settings, freely available, are intended for congregational use (subject to liturgical context) and to be accessible to the 'small church'.

Most are written to Church of England (Anglican) Common Worship texts but will also suit many other churches and denominations. You are invited to explore and adopt them.

Latvian Dziesmu Grmata (1992)music For Your Church Services

All the texts have their own various copyrights; these must be respected. My music copyright is detailed separately.

Latvian Dziesmu Grmata (1992)music For Your Church Services

Music Should Teach Truth. Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.—Ephesians 5:19. Christian music should never be used simply to entertain or to fill in space. It should teach truths and express sentiments that are consistent with the Word of God. Feb 23, 2014 The request for classical music When first asked about recording suitable classical music for prior to and after church services, I wondered about the wide range of excellent CD's that are available. But then I thought, here is an opportunity to do something different, by bringing to these great compositions something of the wealth of newer.


Dziesmu

SJNX Service

Singing: Mostly unison, and ideally suited to congregational use, with a singing president.

Accompaniment: Organ. Can be executed on manuals only, but pedal facility is helpful. The level of difficulty is about that of a typical hymn, although a small section of the Gloria finds itself in G♯ minor.

Harmonic style: Its harmonic language is somewhat un-hymn-like, though not too avant garde (which is anyway rather passe these days). It is based around a rising open fifth, chromatically descending bass, and hints of 'blues' harmony. These are all prepared in the opening Kyrie.

Internet download: The setting is freely available, subject to your acceptance of its copyright, in Acrobat PDF format (12 pages).


Crossgate Service

Singing: For congregational use, and optional choir.

Accompaniment: Organ (can be executed on manuals only) or piano. The level of difficulty is about that of a typical hymn.

Internet download: The setting is freely available, subject to your acceptance of its copyright, in Acrobat PDF format (8 pages).


Mountjoy Eucharist

Singing: A congregational setting with some optional choral harmony, and an optional descant in the Benedictus.

Accompaniment: Organ (pedals optional) or piano. About the same standard as typical hymns. The Gloria exists in two variants, a simple one in G throughout and the preferred one which modulates to G♭ for its central section.

Possibilities: Several churches mix and match parts of various settings as is locally appropriate. This setting is known to be in successful mixed use as:

  • the major part alongside 'Addington Service' Gloria (Richard Shephard);
  • the major part alongside Gloria (Dom Gregory Murray);
  • a minor part alongside 'King of Glory' (Pulkingham).

Internet download: The setting is freely available, subject to your acceptance of its copyright, in Acrobat PDF format (12 pages).


WYSIWYG communion setting

Features: unaccompanied, fully congregational, unison.

Small churches: often wish to use a musical Eucharist setting but have no regular organist or pianist. You may feel you lack the confidence or skills for harmony singing. This setting is specifically intended for unaccompanied use by a small congregation singing unison.

Larger churches: normally have the resources of choir and accompanists. You might consider this setting as a contrast, such as during the reflective seasons of Advent and Lent.

Internet download: The score is freely available, subject to your acceptance of its copyright, in Acrobat PDF format (8 pages).

For the curious: the acronym 'WYSIWYG' derives from computer geek-speak: 'What You See [Sing] Is What You Get'. See it and sing it.


Additional eucharistic material

ScoreAudioCommentsCommissions, publications, etc.
Collect for Purity(Common Worship)PDFMIDIChoral setting.
Eucharistic Prayer A(Common Worship)PDFScore
PDFPeople
All congregational sections included, in regular time signature. President's part in Anglican chant form.
Eucharistic Prayer D(Common Worship)PDFScore
PDFPeople
The text is congregational dialogue: 'This is our song'. This setting is in regular time signature and suitable for music group or organ.
Eucharistic Prayer H(Common Worship)PDFScore
PDFPeople
MIDIPrayer H, unusually, has much congregational input. This setting is in regular time signature and accessible to music groups.Written at the request of Bishop David Stancliffe, chair of the Liturgical Commission.
Accept through himPDFMIDIFrom Eucharistic Prayer A. Compatible with Mountjoy Eucharist above.For Revd. Stephanie Watson.
Agnus Dei, 'Bread is broken'lyrics: textTune: Summertime (Gershwin): solo, unaccompanied. Invitation to communion.
Kyrie eleisonTune: Yesterday (Lennon and McCartney).

Miscellaneous liturgical material

ScoreAudioCommentsAwards, publications, etc.
God in Christ has revealed his gloryPDF[MIDI]
[MP3 (2MB)]
[WAV (42MB)]
[MP4 video (86MB)]
Flexible style (organ to music-group); leader, two parts.
(Audio and video recordings courtesy of Sam and Paula Denyer, Wells, Somerset.)
Gospel acclamations(Praise to you, O Christ)PDFFor the Lent season, including the Annunciation and Maundy Thursday. The congregational response remains constant but the acclamations employ stylistic variety.In top 5 of RSCMHarold Smart composition competition, 2000, for Common Worship resources.
May God, of hope the wellspring(Der Gott aber der hoffnung)PDFMIDIBlessing. SATB unaccompanied (difficult!) or accompanied solo.Commissioned for wedding.
The peace of GodPDFMIDIBlessing. A gentle jazz lilt.
We believe in God the FatherPDF[MIDI]
[MP3 (3MB)]
[WAV (66MB)]
[MP4 video (132MB)]
Common Worship metrical (8 7 8 7 D) version of the creed. This setting, with optional descant, has a music-group bias.
(Audio and video recordings courtesy of Sam and Paula Denyer, Wells, Somerset.)
Was scheduled for publication in Music for Common Worship, RSCM, Autumn 2000.
We believe in God the FatherPDFMIDISee comments above. This setting of the text is hymn-like, with optional descant.Tune in top 16 of St. Paul's Cathedral Millennium Hymn Competition, 1999.
What shall I render to the Lord?PDFMIDIA text used at the offering by some Lutheran churches which other churches could consider.
Yet my soul drew backResponseNon-musical. A liturgical acknowledgement of doubt.

About This Item

Raamattutalo, 1992. 951pp. Maroon hardback, front hinge slightly cracked yet still strong, light rubbing at corner tips, owner name on inside front cover, indices, Latvian hymnal, . Hard Cover. Good+.
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