With members from many traditions we are very firmly a multi-denominational choir, the RSCM has something to offer all Christian denominations, and we were glad to be singing in a building that has hosted many flavours of Christianity over the years. Digital sales are projected at $271 million dollars for 2004, increasing to an estimated $1.7 billion dollars annually by 2009. Actually, self-mailing is unnecessary and meaningless. "I can use up to four measures from an other copyrighted composition without permission; it's fair use."
The figures in parentheses refer to the page at which the Note will be found." Damsel Possessed of Great Beauty, A (xxix.) 48 A national monument of English song: collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, in eight volumes. "In cases where the First Line differs from the Title, the former is also given (in italics) The Man I Love Choral Octavo The Man I Love Choral Octavo. Austin - 171 Go to the ewe bughts, Marion - - 86 Highland Queen - Poetry and music both by a Mr. McVicar, once of the Solbay man of war - 1 I'll never leave thee - Mr. Crawford - 92 Jenny's heart was frank and free - by Mr. Crawford - 83 O that I were where Helen lies - See the story of this ballad in Pennant's tour thro' Scotland, Vol. 2d, page 88th, Ed. 4th, Dublin - 163 Oscar's Ghost - Miss Ann Keith, The music by Mrs , cited: Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep read online Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep (Oxford. Campbell - 117 There Is Beauty in the Forest - G. Donizetti - 26 There's a Dear Little Plant - J. Cherry - 100 There's Room Enough for All - T. Wood - 78 They Sailed Away in a Gallant Bark - G. Barker - 118 Thou Wilt Never Grow Old - E. Rousseau - 41 Thou'rt Like Unto a Flower - A , cited: I'll Be Home for Christmas Choral Octavo Choir Words by Kim Gannon, music by Walter Kent / arr. Pete Schmutte I'll Be Home for Christmas Choral Octavo. In shape-note music notes are printed in special shapes that help the reader identify them on the musical scale. There are two prevalent systems, one using four shapes, and one using seven. In the four-shape system used in The Sacred Harp, each of the four shapes is connected to a particular syllable, fa, sol, la, or mi, and these syllables are employed in singing the notes,  just as in the more familiar system that uses do, re, mi, etc. (see solfege ) , e.g. The Final Hours: A Suite for read pdf The Final Hours: A Suite for Holy Week. The song titles listed here are somewhat different from those posted above by Q on 25 Dec 08 - 03:49 PM , e.g. In the Hollow of Thy Hand - download epub In the Hollow of Thy Hand - Delma Grigg. The editor explains that considerable effort was expended to keep both the spirit of the songs and to reproduce the dialect as closely as possible. O Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad - 116 When You and I Were Young, Maggie - 147 Google Books - full text available download What Sweeter Music(Choral Score) - Organ, opt. String Quartet - Choral Sheet Music pdf.
The Son of Man: A Woman, One of Mary's Neighbors (A Lamentation) - Choral Sheet Music
I Will Give Jubilant Thanks - J. Paul Williams - 2-Part Treble - 2PT TREBLE - Sheet Music
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For over 25 years we have been serving the body of Christ by giving life to the used music left to collect dust in the music libraries of churches across the United States. Unfortunately, the time has come to close our ministry and look forward to what God has in store for us next , e.g. The Cross (SATB Choir and Keyboard, BP1526) The Cross (SATB Choir and Keyboard,
. Suitable for Church, Sunday School programs, or School. Six easy Unison or Two Part Spirituals with reproducible song sheets arranged by Ruth Elaine Schram Choral Flourish A SSA - SSA, read here Choral Flourish A SSA - SSA, Piano -
. As the music settles and becomes softer, a saxophone choir introduces a slower, more pensive middle theme intended to describe the university’s academic nature. A quiet moment at the end of this section hints at the famous “Rock Chalk Chant” in solo horn before the chimes and fanfare return to end the work in a final, dramatic outburst of sound and color. (Grade 5) Dur: 8:00 Order through Hal Leonard read online What Sweeter Music(Choral Score) - Organ, opt. String Quartet - Choral Sheet Music pdf, azw (kindle), epub. Cooke - 130 Blest Symbol of Blest Name - Geo. Smith - 94 Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin - R. Wagner - 11 Cheerily the Bugle Sounds - J. Hewitt - 165 Cradle Song of Soldier's Wife - T. Barker - 53 Cradle Songs - - 10, 20, 53, 66, 67, 89, 115 Der Rose Sendung - F. Himmel - 17 Do They Miss Me at Home? - S. Grannis - 34 Faintly Flow, Thou Falling River - J. Percival - 113 Flag of Our Union Forever, The - Geo , cited: Choral Movements from Garden of Light SATB No. 3 - Is There a Place? Choral Movements from Garden of Light
. The book is organized into fourteen categories, covering the church year and all special occasions. Guitar chords are included for each title and to accommodate the use of the book in just about any setting, we are offering a set of seven accompaniment CDs BC: AD - This Was the Moment: download online BC: AD - This Was the Moment: Vocal
. In his system, a square indicated fa, a circle sol, a triangle la and a diamond, mi , cited: Tsu Binyumeles Bar-Mitsve - read for free Tsu Binyumeles Bar-Mitsve - Beyle
. C. - 605 O my love's like a red, red rose - Burns - 415 O tell me my bonny young lassie - Macneil, Esqr. - 553 O Waly, Waly, up yon bank - 2nd O Dearest Lord, Thy Sacred Head (Augsburg Choral Library) (SATB with opt. flute) O Dearest Lord, Thy Sacred Head
. A gorgeous selection for the holidays, suitable for church or school use. Accompaniment CD available on the Piano Trax Compilation CD for 2013. Using the traditional English melody Royal Oak (All Things Bright and Beautiful), Ruthie has created an anthem that perfectly combines your adult choir, children (optional), and congregation (optional) in this lovely new setting. The optional Flute solo adds a crowning touch to this worshipful anthem that will be enjoyed by all ages download What Sweeter Music(Choral Score) - Organ, opt. String Quartet - Choral Sheet Music epub. Two-Part) with piano accompaniment. "Out of the Rolling Ocean" will lull whomever hears it like a siren's song in the night Silent Devotion And May The Words - Samuel Adler - SATB - SATB - Sheet Music Silent Devotion And May The Words -
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Henry, didst thou know the heart, 197 Oh! how vain is every blessing, 101 * Old Chaucer once to this re-echoing grove, 113 * On the brow of a hill a young shepherdess dwelt, 187 Once and thine alone I blame, 172 * Once more I'll tune the vocal shell, 229 Once more Love's mighty charms are broke, 129 * One night when all the village slept, 69 PHILLIS, men say that all my vows, 215 REMEMBER me while far away, 168 * SAW you the nymph whom I adore? 21 * Send back my long-stray'd eyes to me, 87 * She whom above myself I prize, 84 Should some perverse malignant star, 146 Should the rude hand of care, 295 Sighing and languishing I lay, 214 * Sweet are the banks when spring perfumes, 220 * Sweet are the charms of her I love, 207 Sweet maid, I hear thy frequent sigh, 169 Tell me no more how fair she is, 21 Tell me not I my time misspend, 219 Tell me, thou soul of her I love, 92 * That Jenny's my friend, my delight, and my pride, 278 That which her slender waist confin'd, 222 * The bird that hears her nestlings cry, 227 The charms which blooming beauty shows, 289 The flame of love assuages, 109 * The gentle swan with graceful pride, 236 * The heavy hours are almost past, 37 The lover in melodious verses, 173 * The merchant to secure his treasure, 144 * The nymph that undoes me is fair and unkind, 22 The shape alone let others prize, 242 * The silver moon's enamour'd beam, 230 * The sun was sunk beneath the hill, 46 The tears I shed must ever fall, 194 * The western sky was purpled o'er, 232 Though Celia on the flowery mead, 175 * Though cruel you seem to my pain, 40 * Though winter its desolate train, 273 * Thy fav'rite bird is soaring still, 297 'Tis not your saying that you love, 30 'Tis now since I sat down before, 142 * To all you ladies now at land, 34 * To be gazing on those charms, 226 * To melancholy thoughts a prey, 33, 88 * To the brook and the willow that heard him complain, 52 * Tom loves Mary passing well, 154 * 'Twas when the seas were roaring, 73 VAIN are the charms of white and red, 122 * Vain is ev'ry fond endeavour, 191 * Waft me, some soft and cooling breeze, 253 * We all to conquering beauty bow, 218 * Well met, pretty nymph, says a jolly young swain, 155 What fury does disturb my rest, 41 What state of life can be so blest, 41 * When Damon languish'd at my feet, 187 * When Delia on the plain appears, 211 When every voice of rapture woos, 296 When fair Serena first I knew, 27 * When first I fair Celinda knew, 26 * When first I saw thee graceful move, 3 * When first upon your tender cheek, 2 When gentle Celia first I knew, 148 * When innocence and beauty meet, 243 When lovely woman stoops to folly, 189 When Phillis watch'd her harmless sheep, 178 * When the trees are all bare, not a leaf to be seen, 267 When youth, my Celia's in the prime, 273 Where the light cannot pierce, in a grove of tall trees, 266 While for men the women fair, 120 * While from my looks, fair nymph, you guess, 6 Whilst I am scorch'd with hot desire, 30 Whilst on those lovely looks I gaze, 9 * Why d'ye with such disdain refuse, 128 Why so pale and wan, fond lover, 141 Why we love and why we hate, 154 * Why will you my passion reprove, 60 With women I have pass'd my days, 12 Within this faithful bosom lies, 292 Would you choose a wife, for a happy life, 117 Would you with her you love be blest, 115 Wrong not, sweet mistress of my heart, 18 YE belles, and ye flirts, and ye pert little things, 286 Ye fair possess'd of every charm, 283 Ye little Loves that round her wait, 142 Ye shepherds so cheerful and gay, 56 Ye shepherds, give ear to my lay, 62 Yes, Daphne, in your face I find, 125 Yes, fairest proof of beauty's pow'r, 39 Yes, thou art chang'd since first we met, 301 You may cease to complain, 19 * You say, at your feet I have wept in despair, 126 You tell me I'm handsome, 198 * As swift as time put round the glass, 18 * BACCHUS must now his power resign, 47 Backe and side go bare, 77 Better our heads than hearts should ake, 2 * By the gayly circling glass, 42 CARE thou canker of our joys, 93 Come fill me a glass, fill it high, 35 * Cupid no more shall give me grief, 34 * DEAR Tom, this brown jug, that now foams with mild ale, 79 * Diogenes surly and proud, 37 * EVERY man take his glass in his hand, 23 * FILL me a bowl, a mighty bowl, 44 * Give me but a friend and a glass, boys, 9 * God prosper long from being broke, 55 * HAD Neptune, when first he took charge of the sea, 25 * How stands the glass around, 84 * I am the king and prince of drinkers, 48 * I cannot eate but lytle meate, 77 I have been in love, and in debt, and in drink, 80 * If gold could lengthen life, I swear, 14 In the social enjoyments of life let me live, 92 LET care be a stranger to each jovial soul, 94 Let soldiers fight for pay and praise, 46 * Let the waiter bring clean glasses, 93 * Let us drink and be merry, 15 MORTALS, learn your lives to measure, 21 * My temples with clusters of grapes I'll entwine, 81 * Now Phoebus sinketh in the west, 41 * OLD Chiron thus preach'd to his pupil Achilles, 21 * Preach not to me your musty rules, 11 * SAYS Plato, why should man be vain, 8 * She tells me, with claret she cannot agree, 5 * Some say, women are like the seas, 3 * THE festive board was met, the social band, 86 * The man that is drunk is void of all care, 50 The thirsty earth drinks up the rain, 26 * The women all tell me I'm false to my lass, 3 * This bottle's the sun of our table, 42 * VULCAN, contrive me such a cup, 43 What dreaming drone was ever blest, 89 * When I drain the rosy bowl, 20 When the bottle to human and social delight, 88 * When the chill sirocco blows, 62 Whilst some in epic strains delight, 75 Who thirsts for more knowledge is welcome to roam, 90 * With an honest old friend, and a merry old song, 6 * With women and wine I defy every care, 82 YE free-hearted sons of good humour and mirth, 95 * Ye good fellows all, 27 * Ye true honest Britons, who love your own land, 61 You know that our ancient philosophers hold, 45 * Youth's the season made for joys, 11 As now the shades of eve imbrown, 224 DOWN, down a thousand fathom deep, 221 * FORTH from my dark and dismal cell, 162 * From Oberon in fairy-land, 175 * From the court to the cottage convey me away, 116 * GENTLY stir and blow the fire, 152 * Hark! hark! jolly sportsmen, a while to my tale, 184 * How happy a state does the miller possess, 124 How happy is he born and taught, 103 * How pleasant a sailor's life passes, 123 How sacred and how innocent, 111 I ENVY not the mighty great, 104 I envy not the proud their wealth, 102 I hate that drum's discordant sound, 203 * If I live to grow old, for I find I go down, 126 If those who live in shepherd's bow'r, 209 * In good king Charles's golden days, 141 In the down-hill of life, 204 In the sightless air I dwell, 220 In Tyburn-road a man there liv'd, 189 Life's like a ship in constant motion, 222 MAN'S a poor deluded bubble, 120 * My mind to me a kingdom is, 97 * NO glory I covet, no riches I want, 105 * Nor on beds of fading flowers, 108 O FOR the death of those, 218 * O say, what is that thing call'd light, 121 Oft I've implor'd the gods in vain, 170 PRINCES that rule and empire sway, 118 Some hoist up Fortune to the skies, 106 TELL me on what holy ground, 219 * The glories of our birth and state, 107 * The honest heart whose thoughts are clear, 126 * The muse and the hero together are fir'd, 195 The rose had been wash'd, 211 * The solitary bird of night, 128 The sweet and blushing rose, 120 * The wretch condemn'd with life to part, 151 * Thou soft flowing Avon, by thy silver stream, 169 * Thursday in the morn, the ides of May, 197 * To fair Fidele's grassy tomb, 168 * To hug yourself in perfect ease, 101 * Two gossips they merrily met, 154 * UNDER the greenwood tree, 162 What are outward forms and shows, 204 What is th' existence of man's life? 118 * What man in his wits had not rather be poor, 104 When Britain on her sea-girt shore, 227 * When daffodils begin to peer, 159 * When icicles hang on the wall, 161 When my hand thus I proffer, 212 * When Orpheus went down to the regions below, 153 When this old cap was new, 138 When 'tis night, and the mid-watch is come, 226 While happy in my native land, 213 * Who has e'er been at Paris must needs know the Greve, 187 * With an old song made by an old ancient pate, 156 With any so happy in this happy nation, 207 Would we attain the happiest state, 100 Ye spotted snakes wild double tongue, 219 Yes, once more that dying strain, 208 * You gentlemen of England, 146 A MERCHANT of great riches dwelt, 374 All youths of fair England, 292 As it fell one holyday, 254 As it fell out upon a day, 232 COLD and raw the North did blow, 321 GOD prosper long our noble king, 359 I'll tell you a story, a story anon, 317 In the days of old, 274 In woeful wise my song shall rise, 380 Is there never a man in all Scotland, 355 LORD Thomas he was a bold forester, 228 MARK well my heavy doleful tale, 249 * OF a worthy London prentice, 335 * Old stories tell how Hercules, 340 WAS ever knight for lady's sake, 330 When Arthur first in court began, 325 When as king Henry rul'd this land, 259 When England's fame did ring, 369 When Flora with her fragrant flowers, 346 Will you hear a Spanish lady, 245 A , source: PEOPLE OF THE PROMISE - Mary download for free PEOPLE OF THE PROMISE - Mary Kay Beall