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We Are Your People: Concertato on SINE NOMINE

Composer/Arranger: Text by Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr.; Music by Ralph Vaughan Williams; Arr. Steven R. Janco
Format: Octavo
Voicing: SATB; Assembly
Instruments: Brass Quartet; Timpani; optional Hand Cymbal; Organ
Product: 008623
Unit: Each
Price: $1.95
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This fine piece couples the stately tune SINE NOMINE with a new text. This text, commissioned for the sesquicentennial year of the Archdiocese of Chicago, speaks eloquently of the nature of the church and its mission. The setting was first used for the Archdiocese's "Liturgy by the Lake" celebrated in Chicago's Grant Park in August of 1994.

This setting is suitable for festive celebrations: Chrism Masses, ordinations or commisionings, parish anniversaries, church or altar dedications, diocesan celebrations, etc. Since the tune is traditionally coupled with William Walsham How's "For All the Saints," six verses of that hymn have been provided throughout the score as an alternate text.

Topic:  All Saints; All Souls; Church Dedication; Justice; Light; Ministry; Mission; Ordination; Thanksgiving
Sunday of the Year:  Ordinary Time 11 Year A; Ordinary Time 20 Year A; Ordinary Time 28 Year A; Ordinary Time 29 Year A; Ordinary Time 8 Year B; Easter 4 Year C; Ordinary Time 23 Year B; Ordinary Time 26 Year B; Ordinary Time 21 Year A; Ordinary Time 5 Year B; Ordinary Time 8 Year B

Scripture:  John 14:6; John 6:35
Rites and Devotion:  Holy Orders; Ordination
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More information:
Series Title:  Westendorf Series
Arranger:  Steven R. Janco
First Line:  We are your people, called from many lands, Known by your name, upheld by your strong hand
Alternate Text: For all the saints who from their labors rest,
Hymn Tune:  SINE NOMINE; 10 10 10 with Alleluias
Secondary Language:  English
Size:  7x10
Length:  22 pages
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