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From Ashes to the Living Font

By : Arr. James E. Clemens
Format : Print

$1.65

From Ashes to the Living Font (Trumpet Parts) - Click & Print

By : Alan Hommerding, arr. Clemens
Format : Instrumental Parts

$2.50

From Ashes to the Living Font (for Scrutinies) - eAccompaniment

Format : Click & Print Accompaniment

$2.50

From Ashes to the Living Font - eAccompaniment

Format : Click & Print Accompaniment

$2.50

From Ashes to the Living Font (Trumpet Parts)

By : Alan Hommerding, arr. Clemens
Format : Print

$2.50

From Ashes to the Living Font

By : Alan Hommerding
Format : Click & Print Hymnal File; Digital Download

From Ashes to the Living Font (for Scrutinies)

By : Alan Hommerding
Format : Click & Print Hymnal File; Digital Download

Return to God - Angotti

This contemporary Lenten gathering rite by John sets Alan Hommerding's hymn "From Ashes to the Living Font" as its verses, and is strengthened by Ed Bolduc's fine keyboard arrangement.  The stepwise motion in the verses is intuitive; the refrain changes character as the tune outlines fifths and sixths, emphasizing the words "return to God." Your singers will enjoy the three-part chordal writing. The penitential rite is cleverly included as the bridge section and incorporates the same melodic outline in the contrasting parallel minor. The refrain returns in the original key to conclude the piece.

By : Alan J. Hommerding; John Angotti
Format : Octavo

$1.30

Return to God - Click and Print - Angotti

This contemporary Lenten gathering rite by John sets Alan Hommerding's hymn "From Ashes to the Living Font" as its verses, and is strengthened by Ed Bolduc's fine keyboard arrangement.  The stepwise motion in the verses is intuitive; the refrain changes character as the tune outlines fifths and sixths, emphasizing the words "return to God." Your singers will enjoy the three-part chordal writing. The penitential rite is cleverly included as the bridge section and incorporates the same melodic outline in the contrasting parallel minor. The refrain returns in the original key to conclude the piece.

By : John Angotti; Alan J. Hommerding
Format : Click & Print Octavo

$1.30

Alan J. Hommerding

Alan Hommerding holds graduate degrees in theology, liturgy, and music from St. Mary's Seminary and University, Baltimore, and the University of Notre Dame, with additional studies in organ, accompanying and vocal/choral pedagogy at Princeton University, Westminster Choir College and the Peabody Conservatory.

Alan is the editor of AIM: Liturgy Resources magazine, a quarterly journal from World Library Publications, the music and liturgy division of the J.S. Paluch Company. He was project coordinator and WLP editor for the ChicAGO Centenary Anthology, a collection of historic and newly-commissioned organ works for the 2006 national convention of the American Guild of Organists, and the 100th anniversary of the Chicago chapter of AGO. His collection of hymn texts Song of the Spirit, and prayers for musicians Blessed Are the Music-Makers (both available from WLP) have received excellent reviews. As a hymnwriter, he appears in the most recent edition of Panorama of Christian Hymnody, and in the New Cambridge Dictionary of Hymnology.

In addition to his editorial work, Alan presents music clinics and reading sessions, hymn festivals and workshops on liturgy throughout the country, and maintains an active accompanying and performing schedule. Alan compiled A Sourcebook about Music and contributed to Traditions and Transitions, both from Liturgy Training Publications. He is a member of the music advisory staff for the archdiocese of Chicago's Office for Divine Worship, and has served as a faculty member, performing artist and accompanist for many archdiocesan programs and liturgical celebrations. He has written articles and reviews for Pastoral Music, Catechumenate, Modern Liturgy, The American Organist, Choral Journal, The Hymn, and Christianity and the Arts.


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