Joy and Praise for SATB #3, Vol. 11
The Hills Shout Glad Hosannas H523
Come, Holy Spirit H538
Praise the Lord and sing to Him a New Song H568
I Know Who Holds Tomorrow H580
The Hills Shout Glad Hosannas
The Hills Shout Glad Hosannas is a rousing anthem with an exuberant piano part, “The earth itself awakens to greet the Prince of Peace. And sings of restoration of energy released.
Come, Holy Spirit
Veni Creator Spiritus believed to have been written by Rabanus Maurus, a 9th-century German monk, teacher, and archbishop. Changing meters, tempos, and the English text follows the Latin to explain the meaning of the poem. The music alternates unison writing with two-part, while the four-part writing adds a strong interpretation to the text.
Praise the Lord and Sing to Him a New Song
Praise the Lord and Sing to Him a New Song was written to celebrate a 60th Wedding Anniversary. The text is from Psalm 150 and uses the wonderful Trumpet Voluntary of Jeremiah Clark.
I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
I Know Who Holds Tomorrow is an anthem of faith with words by Thomas Hubert:
“Sometimes the Way is dark and narrow,
Sometimes this Way is bright with joy.
I don’t know what tomorrow holds.
But I know Who holds tomorrow.”