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Grand Endings

Kevin Mayhew

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Grand Endings
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The hymn arrangements in Grand Endings are intended for those special occasions and festivals when something particularly splendid is called for. Each consists of a choral setting of the penultimate verse and a short organ introduction to the last verse: this has a special descant marked with a fine choral conclusion. Colin Mawby writes, 'These arrangements should be sung with joy and vigour; choir and organist should uplift the congregation and create that wonderful sense of the memorable and numinous.'
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Product Code1450165
NameGrand Endings
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorColin Mawby
Short DescriptionGrand Endings
Pack Size1
Date Published21 Dec 1999
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Colin Mawby (b.1936) is a prolific choral conductor and composer.His vocal writing is widely acknowledged to be masterly and his music inspirational. As a conductor, he has worked with the London Mozart Players, the Wren Orchestra, Pro Cantione Antiqua, the Belgian Radio Choir and the BBC Singers. He has been Master of Music at Westminster Cathedral, London, Choral Director at Radio Telefís Éireann (RTE) and artistic director of Ireland's National Chamber Choir. On his retirement from the National Chamber Choir in 2001 he was appointed Artistic Director Emeritus to the choir.

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Abide with me - Eventide
All creatures of our God and King - Lasst uns Erfreuen
All for Jesus! - All for Jesus
All hail the power of Jesus' name - Miles Lane
All people that on earth do dwell - Old Hundredth
All ye who seek a comfort sure - St Bernard
Alleluia, sing to Jesus - Hyfrydol
Angel-voices ever singing - Angel Voices
As with gladness men of old - Dix
At the Lamb's high feast we sing - Salzburg
At the name of Jesus - Evelyns
Be thou my vision - Slane
Blest are the pure in heart - Franconia
Breathe on me, breath of God - Carlisle
Bright the vision that delighted - Laus Deo
Christ is made the sure foundation - Westminster Abbey
Come, let us join our cheerful songs - Nativity
Earth has many a noble city - Stuttgart
Glorious things of thee are spoken - Austria
Glory be to Jesus - Caswall
God of grace and God of glory - Regent Square
Hail the day that sees him rise - Llanfair
Hail to the Lord's anointed - Crüger
Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty! - Nicaea
Immortal, invisible, God only wise - St Denio
Jesus Christ is risen today - Easter Hymn
Jesus shall reign - Truro
King of glory, King of peace - Gwalchmai
Let us, with a gladsome mind - Monkland
Love divine, all loves excelling - Love Divine
Now thank we all our God - Nun Danket
O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace - Tallis' Ordinal
O praise ye the Lord! - Laudate Dominum (Parry)
O strength and stay - Strength and Stay
O worship the - King Hanover
Praise to the holiest - Richmond
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty - Lobe den Herren
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven - Praise, My Soul
Rejoice, the Lord is King - Gopsal
Ride on, ride on in majesty - Winchester New
Teach me, my God and King - Sandys
The day of resurrection - Ellacombe
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended - St Clement
The head that once was crowned with thorns - St Magnus
The Lord is risen indeed - Narenza
The Lord's my shepherd - Crimond
Thine be the glory - accabaeus
Thou, whose almighty word - Moscow
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem - St Fulbert
Ye holy angels bright - Darwall's 148th
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