Augsburg Fortress

  • Format Paperback
  • Height 10.5
  • ISBN 9781451423709
  • Pages 134
  • Width 7.5
  • Publication Date Jan 31, 2013

Table of Contents

Performance Notes
I Will Praise Thee, O Lord - Knut Nystedt
Who May Abide - Ronald A. Nelson
Stars in the Sky Proclaim (Die Himmel künden) - Rudolf de Lassus
My Shepherd Is the Living Lord - Jeremiah Clarke
O Taste and See - Ralph Vaughan Williams
God Is Our Refuge - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Lord, the Almighty Monarch, Spake - Franz Josef Haydn
Through Every Age, Eternal God - Franz Josef Haydn
How Beautiful and Lovely (Wie sehr lieblich und schöne) - Heinrich Schütz
Sing to the Lord a New Song (Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied) - Heinrich Schütz
All You That Dwell upon the Earth - Claude le Jeune
      (Vous tous qui la terre habités)                                           
Unto the Lord Lift Thankful Voices - Ryan Kelly
Not unto Us, O Lord (Non nobis, Domine) - anonymous, attr. William Byrd
Teach Me, O Lord - Thomas Attwood
Blessed Be the Lord, My Rock - Abbie Betinis
The Eyes of All - Jean Berger
Arise, Shine - Randall Thompson
The Path of the Just - Randall Thompson
Our Father, Who in Heaven Art - William Billings
Come unto Me - Larry L. Fleming
Hosanna to the Son of David (Osanna filii David) - Franz Schubert
The Children of the Hebrews (Pueri Hebraeorum) - Franz Schubert
Then Mary Said to the Angel (Dixit Maria ad angelorum) - Hans Leo Hassler
The Glory of the Father - Egil Hovland
God So Loved the World - John Goss
Bread of God, Bread of Life - Carolyn Jennings
They Follow Me - Leland Sateren
Peace I Leave with You - Walter L. Pelz
Christ Humbled Himself (Christus factus est) - Giovanni Francesco Anerio
Blessed Are the Dead - Carl F. Schalk
Lord, for Thy Tender Mercy’s Sake - Richard Farrant or John Hilton
Love One Another - Anne Krentz Organ
O Lord, Give Thy Holy Spirit - Thomas Tallis
Grant Peace, We Pray (Verleih uns Frieden) - Hugo Distler
Almighty and Everlasting God - Orlando Gibbons
Called to Ventures - Robert Buckley Farlee


This beautiful collection of motets spans seven centuries, six countries, and four languages. Each short choral work is either unaccompanied or has instrumental doubling, and works of foreign languages have contemporary English translations. From historically famous composers to modern favorites, this treasure of pieces is a terrific way to bring more diversity and added beauty to your Sunday music.

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