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Where Shepherds Lately Knelt - Vajda/Moore

Veteran composer Bob Moore has set Jaroslav Vajda's evocative Christmas text for SATB choir and piano. Bob's writing is always sensitive to the text and harmonically satisfying, and this is no exception. A beautiful anthem for your Christmas Eve Vigil Mass!

By : Text by Jaroslav J. Vajda; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Octavo

$1.65

O Love of God How Strong and True - Moore

In this choral anthem of praise, Bob Moore takes Horatius Bonar's text and follows its logical development from the general presence of God in the world and in nature through God?s specific presence in the Incarnation and finally in the great Paschal Mystery. Moore's use of an angular, strong melody allows him to develop musical ideas to match the text?s development even with a modest SAB choir.

By : Bob Moore
Format : Octavo

$1.95

Where Shepherds Lately Knelt - Vajda/Moore - click and print

Veteran composer Bob Moore has set Jaroslav Vajda's evocative Christmas text for SATB choir and piano. Bob's writing is always sensitive to the text and harmonically satisfying, and this is no exception. A beautiful anthem for your Christmas Eve Vigil Mass!

By : Text by Jaroslav J. Vajda; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.65

Sing the Lord a New Song - Moore - click and print

Composer Bob Moore sets Paul Nienaber's joyous text in this playful choral piece for SAB choir, descant, and keyboard. The light, dancing feel of the keyboard writing complements the text in describing the joy of bringing and sharing our gifts with the world.

By : Text by Paul Nienaber, SJ; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.65

O Love of God How Strong and True - Moore - click and print

In this choral anthem of praise, Bob Moore takes Horatius Bonar's text and follows its logical development from the general presence of God in the world and in nature through God?s specific presence in the Incarnation and finally in the great Paschal Mystery. Moore's use of an angular, strong melody allows him to develop musical ideas to match the text?s development even with a modest SAB choir.

By : Bob Moore
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.95

Sing the Lord a New Song - Moore

Composer Bob Moore sets Paul Nienaber's joyous text in this playful choral piece for SAB choir, descant, and keyboard. The light, dancing feel of the keyboard writing complements the text in describing the joy of bringing and sharing our gifts with the world.

By : Text by Paul Nienaber, SJ; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Octavo

$1.65

The Prophet John - Moore

A thought-provoking text by Richard Leach reminds us not to focus on John the Baptist, but to keep our eyes turned toward Jesus as the greatest model of faith-based life. Bob Moore set these lyrics to a simple yet stunning modal melody to be sung by unison choir. By verse 4, he has added a descant to heighten the anticipation. The keyboard accompaniment is skillfully crafted with sparse yet exquisite outlining of the harmony to support the vocals. It is not easy to find high quality music for limited resources, but this is an outstanding example of a lovely piece that will be enjoyed by directors, vocalists, and assemblies.

By : Bob Moore
Format : Octavo

$1.85

Draw Us in the Spirits Tether - Dearmer/Moore

You may know this hymn text, penned in 1931 by Percy Dearmer, as it is commonly paired with the tune union seminary. Bob Moore re-imagines the musical expression of the text in a simple and effective presentation for SAB choir. Women present the first verse in unison; men do the same for verse two. The Alleluias at the end of each verse present some vocal harmonies, with an interesting harmonic shift that is well prepared for the singers. The third verse is unison with a graceful descant. The piano writing is varied and well crafted. This anthem is one you will turn to again and again.

By : Text by Percy Dearmer; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Octavo

$1.65

The Prophet John - Moore - click and print

A thought-provoking text by Richard Leach reminds us not to focus on John the Baptist, but to keep our eyes turned toward Jesus as the greatest model of faith-based life. Bob Moore set these lyrics to a simple yet stunning modal melody to be sung by unison choir. By verse 4, he has added a descant to heighten the anticipation. The keyboard accompaniment is skillfully crafted with sparse yet exquisite outlining of the harmony to support the vocals. It is not easy to find high quality music for limited resources, but this is an outstanding example of a lovely piece that will be enjoyed by directors, vocalists, and assemblies.

By : Text by Richard Leach; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.85

The Lamb - Blake/Moore - click and print

In this lyrical SAB setting, Bob Moore presents a fresh and delightful approach to this well-known poem by William Blake. The melody is pastoral and tender and yet sophisticated in its shape and mode. The three voices interact effortlessly in varied textures. The keyboard writing is organic and propels the music forward, presenting the evocative, perhaps mystical, harmonies that support the melody. A child speaks to a lamb and teaches us that we are all created by One who became both child and lamb for our sake.

By : Text by William Blake; Music by Bob Moore
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.65
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