Entrance and Communion Antiphons for the Church Year
Noted composer M. Roger Holland has paired antiphons from the 2010 Roman Missal with verses from The Revised Grail Psalms, has created compositions that have wide use in the liturgy.
Some churches will want to use these pieces on the appointed day for entrance or communion processionals. Others may find use for them as weekly songs throughout a liturgical season.
The songs work well as stand-alone processional pieces and many choirs will want to use them as choir anthems or congregational songs during the preparation.
In these settings, Holland explores the broad spectrum of church music in the African-American tradition; you’ll find lyric ballades, spiritual inspired offerings, gospel-style songs, and pieces with a more uptempo feel.
We are happy to release the first of four collections. This is the third volume in this series.
Volume 4: Ordinary Time - Annunciation - Corpus Christi
O Sing a New Song
God Is Love
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