By : Steven Warner
Format : Print
By : Steven Warner
Format : Digital Download
By : Steven C. Warner
Format : Click & Print Hymnal File; Digital Download
By : Steven C. Warner
Format : Click & Print Accompaniment
This smash hit collection has now transformed from being only available online to now being available in CD format! Enjoy these four tangible new albums that include Catholic family favorites and traditional songs performed expertly by the WLP Choir. Great for listening in your car, home, or office. CDs sold separately. Listen to sound-clips online!
003465 Volume I - Classics for Feasts and Seasons $17.00
003466 Volume II - Classics for Worship $17.00
003467 Volume III - Classic Hymns and Songs $17.00
003468 Volume IV - Classics of Praise and Honor $17.00
Format : CD
This collection presents the Church year from Advent to the Feast of the Assumption in a kaleidoscope of styles focusing on the central theme of joy. Scored for SATB choir, organ, guitar, flute, violins, trumpet, and a rich ensemble of percussion instruments. Includes: Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus; Magnificat; My Soul Flies Free; Rosa Mystica; Sing Hosanna!; Remember; Crux Fidelis; Harbor of My Heart; Sleepers Awake! I Have Been Anointed; Behold! I Make All Things New; Psalm 104; Send Forth Your Spirit; I Received the Living God (full score); Jina La BwanaBy : Steven Warner; Notre Dame Folk Choir
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This recording presents the Church year from Advent to the Feast of the Assumption in a kaleidoscope of styles focusing on the central theme of joy. Scored for SATB choir, organ, guitar, flute, violins, trumpet, and a rich ensemble of percussion instruments.By : Steven Warner: Notre Dame Folk Choir
Format : CD; Recording
Steven Warner received his B.A. in Religious Studies from St. Michael's College in Winooski Park, Vermont, where he then served as a Director of Liturgy for two years. He moved to the University of Notre Dame, earning a Master's in Theology/Liturgy in 1980.
Mr. Warner joined the Campus Ministry staff at Notre Dame in 1979. Since that time he has continued to build up programs and enhance the integrity of sacred music and worship at the University. With his assistance the liturgical tradition on campus continues to grow, influenced by the presence of the Folk Choir and the liturgy preparation materials published through his office. A new hymnal supplement, residence hall music workshops, planning and celebration of campus-wide liturgical events, and coordination of musical resources for more than three dozen residence communities all take shape under his guidance. For the past decade, Mr. Warner has taught liturgical music to the graduate students involved in the Alliance for Catholic Education, a volunteer teaching corps headquartered at Notre Dame.
The Folk Choir was founded by Mr. Warner in 1980. Then a group of a dozen vocalists with no musical library, the group has now grown to more than fifty singers, instrumentalists, an assistant director, and several assistants pursuing their Master?s degrees in Sacred Music. The choir began a regular schedule of national and international tours in 1988, and recently completed its eighth trip to Ireland and Scotland in May of 2008. Their travels have taken them to New England, the Southeast, British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest, Arizona and California, as well as tours throughout the Midwest..
The repertoire of the choir is published exclusively through World Library Publications of Chicago, IL. "Songs of the Notre Dame Folk Choir" first appeared as an octavo series in 1995, and now comprises more than a hundred titles, including a collection of responsorial psalms for the church year. The choir?s most recent recording is ?Songs of Saints and Scholars,? a celebration of twenty years of touring the Emerald Isle, and a new live album "From Gethsemani to Galway" was recently recorded at the 2011 NPM convention in Louisville, KY, as part of the Folk Choir's 30th Anniversary celebration. Collaborators to the Notre Dame Folk Choir series have included the late Rev. Chrysogonus Waddell, ocso, former choirmaster of the Abbey of Gethsemani, and the assistant director of the Folk Choir, Ms. Karen Schneider-Kirner. Some of the compositions have become parochial standards in just a few years: "Set Your Heart on the Higher Gifts," "All Will Be Well," "Song of Judith," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Rosa Mystica" are several examples.
Warner composed two new Mass settings with WLP in 2011: ?Mass of Charity and Love?and a collaborative composition with Karen Schneider Kirner,?Mass for Our Lady.?
You can follow Steve's music ministry at his blog ND Guitar Pilgrim, http://ndguitarpilgrim.blogspot.com/
America is aging. Some of our most faithful and dedicated members are not with us every Sunday. They may have moved to a retirement community or may be confined at home, and yet they are still vital members of our parish communities. With Hearts and Voices helps to bridge this gap in our Sunday assemblies with the songs and prayers our senior parishioners hold dear. This prayer book is a welcome resource for retirement and nursing homes, hospitals, and especially ministers of care.
Jerry Galipeau has compiled and composed prayers of the heart, home, and church to enable our ministers of the sick to do more than distribute the Holy Eucharist. They can bring our worship to the homebound and provide a resource one can return to again and again. The more than 80 classic Catholic hymns and songs are those your people have taken into their hearts and made their own. Each is supported by a supplemental recording, recorded in age-appropriate keys and enhanced by a four-part choir.
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This contemporary Stations of the Cross, written by theologian and storyteller John Shea, is designed for a leader and congregation. While in keeping with the traditional devotion, it also contains aspects of liturgical drama. At each station a character presents a monologue that connects the passion of Christ with contemporary forms of suffering, followed by a brief reflection by the leader, a period of silence, and a short sung response?a total time of forty-five to fifty-five minutes for the whole service. Through their participation in the fourteen stations, the leader, speakers, and assembly enter more deeply into the passion of Christ and into the mystery of their own suffering.
The 8 ½ x 11 leader/accompaniment edition is three-hole punched to fit in a ceremonial binder, and contains the complete text of the service as well as accompaniment versions of Steve Warner's "Crux Fidelis" and Kevin Keil and Alan Hommerding's "Stations of the Cross." This people's edition contains the reflection responses and assembly versions of these same pieces.
Format : Book