Primary Text © 1964 Abingdon Press, admin. Music Services. Setting © 2006 GIA.
Item #: G-6208 Status: Available
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Separate Instruments: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet I in C, Trumpet II in B-flat, Trumpet II in C, Horn in F, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani
Tune Name: Ellacombe
Text Source: Primary text: Matthew 28:19–20, Leon M. Adkins, alt.; Secondary text: John of Damascus, ca. 696–ca. 754, tr. John M. Neale, 1818–1866, alt.
Music Source: Gesangbuch der Herzogl, Wittemberg, 1784
Difficulty Level: E
Here’s a doubleheader: a festive hymn concertato for assembly, choir, brass, and organ, with texts for Easter and Ascension. With Ascension now almost universally celebrated on Sunday, a setting like this doubles its value. The octavo contains only the vocal lines; a full score with organ part is included in the instrumental set.
Brass quintet and timpani parts are optional.
Includes individual trombone part and an optional trombone part that can be substituted for horn in F.
Organ part not included in choral score (6208); must be obtained from 6208-INST.
Liturgical: Ascension of the Lord A, Trinity Sunday B, Easter Sunday
Rites: Baptism, Commissioning of Ministers, Confirmation, Mission Sending, RCIA / Christian Initiation
Topical: Christian Life, Commitment, Courage, Discipleship, Eternal Life, Evangelization, Ministry, Mission, Praise, Providence, Sending Forth, Vocation
Bible Reference: Matthew 28:19–20
Scored for: Brass, Percussion
Major Works: Concertato
Number of Pages: 8