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Music for the Second Service

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ISBN-13: 9781853118401
Published: 29/02/2008
Product description
There are plenty of resources to help with choosing music for services based on the Principal readings of the Common worship lectionary, but nothing for cathedrals and many churches which routinely hold services based on the second set of readings - matins, evensong, family services, services of the word and other non-eucharistic acts of worship. This book provides all the resource material required - and includes selections of hymns from all the leading hymn and song books to accompany the Second Service readings in Common Worship. Additionally, it includes suggestions for music for organ or piano and choir, Taize, Iona and other world music.
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'Anyone who plans services at which the Second Service Lectionary is used will find this to be an invaluable resource, with a wide range of suggested hymns, songs, psalm-arrangements, anthems, children's songs and organ music that correspond to the specific Bible readings as well as the liturgical season...It is an excellent book that could not have appeared too soon.' Editor, Praxis News of Worship, September 2008

Author Information

Royal School of Church Music

This volume is compiled under the auspices of the prestigious Royal School of Church Music. Contributors include Peter Moger, the National Worship Development Officer of the Church of England, and a team of musicians.