Laudate Dominum (V.118-16)
Praise to the Lord


Laudate Dominum is a combination of 2 Laudate Dominum settings: Laudate Dominum omnes gentes, and Laudate Dominum quia benignus est. It is set in a 2-part form, for choir (up to 4 part), organ and harp. In the first part the chant is intoned amid atmosphere created by the instruments; this is followed by the psalm (cantante Domino) set in a dancelike metered section. It can be performed effectively by any size choral forces, and allows the possibility of spatial performance realizations. The instrument are likewise optional, allowing for a variety of performance possibilities and ease of use by any size forces.


Ritual Chants are a collection of liturgical chants re-cast in a modern idiom, for use in church services or in concerts. Most are for specific services, while some are for general use. They are designed to be as practical as possible, thus allowing their performance by ensembles of wide ranging composition, ability level, and aesthetic direction (as is typical in today's church music ministries). Their intent is to embue the ancient chants with new vitality, and make them more engaging and accessible to modern ears.
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Complete Score
Pricing Policy for choral scores:
I will mail a hard copy, and email a copy in PDF as a master, for each order.
These copies bear the name of the ensemble on them, and serve as a license for:


25 copies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30.00


50 copies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45.00


100 copies. . . . . . . . . . . . .$55.00


  Final page from Laudate Dominum
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