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Choral Music Suggestions the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

A Selection of Choral Music Suggestions 

from the GIA and WLP Catalogs

4th Sunday of Ordinary Time

 

Be Glad and Rejoice – By Paul Tate. SATB; Cantor; Solo; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument; Guitar. (G-6288)

Is There Anybody Here Who Loves My Jesus? – arr. Salone T. Clary. SATB; Baritone Solo. (G-7321)

Rejoice, Be Glad – Blessed Are the Poorgalgani – By Kate Williams. Text by Adam M. L. Tice. SAB; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument I; C Instrument II; Guitar; Guitar. (G-10486)

I Know Something About Gods Grace – By Patrick Bradley. SATB; Cantor; Solo; Assembly; Keyboard. (001282)

Yours Is the Kingdom – By Michael Mahler. Three-part equal; Three-part mixed; Cantor; Assembly; Piano; B-flat Instrument I; B-flat Instrument II; B-flat Instrument III; Guitar. (G-6038)

A Touching Place – By John Bell. SATB; Assembly. (G-4377)

Make a Joyful Noise – By Chris de Silva. SATB; Assembly; Piano; Synthesizer; Flute; Alto Saxophone; Trumpet in B-flat; Trombone; Guitar. (G-6931)

Blessed Are They Who Follow the Lord – By James Chepponis. SATB; Cantor; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument. (G-6895)

Children of God – By Rory Cooney. Two-part mixed; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument. (G-6124)

Love Endures – By James Moore. Text by James E. Moore. SATB; Cantor; Solo; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument. (G-5732)

Three Songs from the GospelsAmen, Amen, It Shall Be So! – By John Bell. SATB; SAB; Cantor. (G-6203)

Open My Eyes – arr. Dale Grotenhuis. 2-part Choir; Keyboard. (008761)

Lord, Come and Save Us – By Steven Janco. Unison with descant; Cantor; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument. (G-4214)

Within the Reign of God – By Marty Haugen. SATB; Cantor; Assembly; Keyboard; C Instrument; Guitar. (G-4963)

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