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Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensemble

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 216 Collections and/or Records:

Four festival hymns: volume II, 2002

Identifier: P0460
Scope and Contents

Four Festival Hymns: Volume II. For Organ, Brass, and Timpani with optional vocal descants. Designed to accompany congregational singing. Includes the tunes: GROSSER GOTT; SALZBURG; DARWALL'S 148TH; ST. THEODULPH. 2 sets of 8 parts: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet II in B-flat, Trumpet I in C, Trumpet II in C, Horn in F, Trombone I, Trombone II, and Timpani.

Dates: 2002

Gathering Song, 2007

Identifier: 0185
Scope and Contents

Gathering Song Alexander Peloquin; words by Kenneth Omernick (1976)

Proulx arranged instrumental parts for Peloquin's original piece. In this file is the engraved version of the choir/organ score, as well as individual parts for flute, horns in F, 2 trombones (horns in F substitute), bass, and percussion.

Dates: 2007

GIA Becky Tester, 1994

Identifier: C0050
Scope and Contents

Case title: "Cath. Singers Comm. Class. '08."

Dates: 1994

Gloria for a holy day : for SATB voices, strings, with organ or harpsichord and percussion ad lib, 1970

Identifier: 0189A
Scope and Contents

Gloria for a holy day : for SATB voices, strings, with organ or harpsichord and percussion ad lib / Richard Proulx. Publisher's no.: G-2296 OVERSIZE This large work was written in 1970 by Proulx "for a holy day."

Dates: 1970

Gloria in Excelsis, 1998

Identifier: 0194
Scope and Contents Gloria in Excelsis (also called "Christmas Hymn - Gloria" or "Christmas Metrical Gloria") Proulx wrote this arrangement of instrument parts and SATB choir to fit with Michael Perry's metrical version of Les anges dans nos campagnes (17th c. Languedoc carol). There is a score that includes the oboe, flute, and cello parts. There are also individual manuscripts for each instrument. There are two slightly different versions of the vocal parts (both SATB--- one has the women and...
Dates: 1998

God is love, 1999

Identifier: P0282
Scope and Contents

Communion Procession For Cantor, Assembly, SATB Voices, Organ, and Oboe. Tune: MANDATUM, Richard Proulx. Ubi caritas et amore, Latin; Tr. James Quinn, S.J. (alt.), Vs. 4, R.P. 2 scores have markings in ink and pencil on the front covers. Notes include: "RP Oct 15" and "" 1 instrumental part for oboe.

Dates: 1999

God is our song, 1993

Identifier: P0182
Scope and Contents

For SATB Voices, Organ and Trumpet, Clarinet, or Oboe. Text by Fred Pratt Green, Music by Richard Proulx. 2 scores have markings in ink on the front cover. 1 score has markings in pencil, including initials "RP." 2 copies of instrumental parts. Each include: Trumpet in C or Oboe, Trumpet in B-flat or Clarinet in B-flat.

Dates: 1993

God never sleeps: songs from the Iona Community, 1995

Identifier: C0011
Scope and Contents

CD-348; 785147034827; Will you come and follow me; Today I awake; Be still and know; Before the world began; Sing a new song to the Lord; Lord, you have been our refuge; If you believe and I believe; Freedom is coming; Darkness is gone; Many waters cannot quench love; A touching place; Glory to God in the highest.

Dates: 1995

Good Christian friends rejoice, 1997

Identifier: P0248
Scope and Contents

A Christmas Carol Concertato for SAB Voices, Assembly, Organ, and Trumpet. IN DULCI JUBILO, German Melody, 1535. Arranged by Richard Proulx. Latin and German, 14th. C., trans. by John M. Neale. 1 score has markings in pencil. 5 score from earlier printing, 2 scores from later printing.

Dates: 1997

Great Amen : for cantor and congregation, with flute, guitar, bass and triangle (chorus and keyboard ad.lib.), 1976

Identifier: 0244
Scope and Contents Great Amen : for cantor and congregation, with flute, guitar, bass and triangle (chorus and keyboard ad.lib.) In addition to two full scores, there is a manuscript of just the congregation's part. It is unclear if this piece is part of a particular Mass setting or if it was ever published. Proulx wrote "Great Amen" in 1976. In the notes at the bottom of the music next to the copyright information, ("© 1976 Richard Proulx") Proulx wrote "Minstrel Publications," though it is...
Dates: 1976