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Creator of the Stars of Night - Bolduc - click and print

Ed Bolduc is a master at re-imagining traditional, much-loved texts, setting time-honored poetry to new music. "Creator of the Stars of Night" is his most recent example of a new melody with an added refrain and bridge to further unify the work. Listen for the familiar "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" in the bridge. The keyboard writing is simply beautiful and the vocals are intuitive, making this piece easy to learn. A wonderful choice to sing over the four Sundays of Advent!

By : Ed Bolduc
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.85

Creator of the Stars of Night - Bolduc

Ed Bolduc is a master at re-imagining traditional, much-loved texts, setting time-honored poetry to new music. "Creator of the Stars of Night" is his most recent example of a new melody with an added refrain and bridge to further unify the work. Listen for the familiar "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" in the bridge. The keyboard writing is simply beautiful and the vocals are intuitive, making this piece easy to learn. A wonderful choice to sing over the four Sundays of Advent!

By : Ed Bolduc
Format : Octavo

$1.85

Creator of the Stars of Night - Bolduc - guitar lead sheet - click and print

Ed Bolduc is a master at re-imagining traditional, much-loved texts, setting time-honored poetry to new music. "Creator of the Stars of Night" is his most recent example of a new melody with an added refrain and bridge to further unify the work. Listen for the familiar "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" in the bridge. The keyboard writing is simply beautiful and the vocals are intuitive, making this piece easy to learn. A wonderful choice to sing over the four Sundays of Advent!

By : Ed Bolduc
Format : Click & Print Lead Sheet

$2.50

Creator of the Stars of Night

By : William Ferris
Format : Print

$1.25

Ed Bolduc

This talented and dynamic musician dove into liturgical music by writing powerful music for the youth of his parish back in 1992 for the Life Teen Mass. Ed is currently the full-time Music Director of that same parish, Saint Ann in Marietta, Georgia, where he has been on staff since.

In 2005 Ed received two Unity Awards from the United Catholic Music and Video Association (UCMVA): Artist of the Year and Liturgical Album of the Year. He is composer of the beautiful and well-loved contemporary Mass setting Mass of Saint Ann. Ed was an editorial consultant for Voices As One® , Volume 2 and is the producer of the incredible 10-CD set of recordings from the hymnal. Ed continues to produce the music found in the More Voices as One® music series.

Ed?s most recent WLP-published CD, Hymns (2012), is a 7-song EP of popular hymn texts set to new music with a contemporary feel. Included is a haunting new setting of "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" along with a fresh new recording of Ed's "At the Name of Jesus."

Ed continues to write, record, and produce instrumental piano music independently. Reason to Live (2013) is the most recent. Along with being a contributing artist to World Library Publications, he also works as an editor, arranger, and producer on various projects.

Ed?s wife, Karen, is an integral part of his music and can be heard singing on many of their recordings. They live in Woodstock, Georgia with their two children.

You can learn more about Ed Bolduc by visiting his parish website and by following his blog Setting the Tone.


Creator of the Stars of Night

By : Ed Bolduc
Format : Click & Print Hymnal File

Ed Bolduc

This talented and dynamic musician dove into liturgical music by writing powerful music for the youth of his parish back in 1992 for the Life Teen Mass. Ed is currently the full-time Music Director of that same parish, Saint Ann in Marietta, Georgia, where he has been on staff since.

In 2005 Ed received two Unity Awards from the United Catholic Music and Video Association (UCMVA): Artist of the Year and Liturgical Album of the Year. He is composer of the beautiful and well-loved contemporary Mass setting Mass of Saint Ann. Ed was an editorial consultant for Voices As One® , Volume 2 and is the producer of the incredible 10-CD set of recordings from the hymnal. Ed continues to produce the music found in the More Voices as One® music series.

Ed?s most recent WLP-published CD, Hymns (2012), is a 7-song EP of popular hymn texts set to new music with a contemporary feel. Included is a haunting new setting of "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" along with a fresh new recording of Ed's "At the Name of Jesus."

Ed continues to write, record, and produce instrumental piano music independently. Reason to Live (2013) is the most recent. Along with being a contributing artist to World Library Publications, he also works as an editor, arranger, and producer on various projects.

Ed?s wife, Karen, is an integral part of his music and can be heard singing on many of their recordings. They live in Woodstock, Georgia with their two children.

You can learn more about Ed Bolduc by visiting his parish website and by following his blog Setting the Tone.


Step It Up! Vol. 1: Hymn Preludes for the Seasons - Farrell

Intended to be a "step up" from WLP?s popular Feet Don't Fail Me Now! Series, these appealing and practical pieces all have pedal parts, and are written for the advancing organist.

This collection can truly be kept handy near the organ all year round! "Creator of the Stars of Night," "O Come, O Come Emmanuel," "Away in a Manger," "Of the Father's Love Begotten," "I Saw Three Ships," Attende Domine, "The Glory of These Forty Days," "That Easter Day with Joy Was Bright," O FILII ET FILIAE, "Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise," "Fantasy on Eucharistic Melodies," "Praise to the Lord, the Almighty."

By : Robert Farrell
Format : Songbook/Music Collection

$10.00

Step It Up! Vol. 2: Chant Trios for the Church Year - Smith

The second volume in this series that follows Feet Don?t Fail Me Now! Attractive and accessible, these organ pieces incorporate basic pedal for the advancing organist. The trio format helps the player acquire independence of hands on separate manuals and the chant melodies are useful for the entire church year. Includes: "Adoro Te Devote (Heavenly We Adore Thee)"; "Attende Domine (Draw Near, O Lord)"; "Ave Maria (Hail Mary)"; "Creator Alme Siderum (Creator of the Stars of Night)"; "Divinum Mysterium (Of the Father?s Love Begotten)"; "O Filii et Filiae (O Sons and Daughters)"; "Pange Lingua (Sing My Tongue)"; Parce, Domine (Sing my Tongue)"; "Puer Natus Est in Bethlehem (A Child is Born in Bethlehem)"; "Veni Creator Spiritus (Come, Creator Spirit)"; "Veni, Emmanuel (O Come, O Come, Emmanuel)"; and "Victimae Paschali Laudes (Praise the Paschal Victim)".

By : Robert Edward Smith
Format : Songbook/Music Collection

$10.00

Be With Me, Lord Music Collection

William Ferris was a composer for whom writing music was a labor of love. He believed that music written for the Church should have the same integrity of form and substance as a concert work. In addition, it should contain the necessary spiritual qualities to influence the assembly toward prayer and to raising its voice in songs of thanks and praise. Be with Me, Lord was made on location at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Chicago. Most of this music was written for the William Ferris Chorale and performed during liturgies or concerts in that wonderful sacred place. All the pieces on the recording are available in octavo format, individually or in the music collection. In the words of the composer, "It is my fond hope that you will find plenty of good listening here, but most importantly, I hope that these settings will touch your spirit and inspire you to prayer."

By : William Ferris
Format : Print

$14.00
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