Sheet music: A Blessing (2-part)
The members were recently asked to choose which of the many pieces they have was unanimous; a simple setting of “The Lord's Prayer,” by the composer member of the Chorale. Their third choice was “An Irish Blessing” (Bob Chilcott ). of a traditional Irish benediction: May the road rise to meet you, May the wind . Variety of composers, including Malcolm Archer, Alan Bullard, Bob Chilcott, Cecilia John Rutter: A Gaelic Blessing; Cecilia McDowall: A Prayer of St Columba Bob Chilcott: Be thou my vision; Kerry Andrew: Before the ending of the day Edmund Jolliffe: May the road rise up to meet you; James Davy: My Peace I Give. May the Road Rise to Meet You (Irish Blessing). Listen Details. 2. Listen Details. 2. May the Road .. Bob Chilcott: Irish Blessing (SSA/Piano). Details. Details.
May you know nothing but happiness From this day forward. May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the warm rays of sun fall upon your home And may the hand of a friend always be near. May green be the grass you walk on, May blue be the skies above you, May pure be the joys that surround you, May true be the hearts that love you.
Benjamin Wong Piano Accompanist: However, this blessing is the most well known one. Nicholas' Collegiate Church in Galway, Ireland.
Sheet music: A Blessing (SSA)
Whether chosen for its moving text, its educational value or soaring optional descant, this piece is wonderful choice for both liturgical and concert settings. The optional descant is a wonderful way to showcase a soloist or small group.
Until we meet again. May the roads rise up to meet you, May the winds be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, And the rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of his hand. Kristen Crockett choir director: Directed by Jeffrey Davidson. The Benediction traditionally closes the school's annual Winter Choral Concert and other major choral performances. Before singing the Benediction, choir alumni are invited to join the choristers.
Choristers then surround the audience, at the Winter Choral Concert holding candlelights in a darkened auditorium.
The Benediction is a moving tradition binding students, alumni, and the community in affection for choral music and for each other. For more videos and articles about Ireland visit http: May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
An Irish Blessing - SSA
May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Busarow May 27, You changed and inspired our lives forever, as only a true educator can. Amy Whitehill Accompanist, Cello: As per FHS tradition at least fromthis song is sung at the final choral concert of each school year as a farewell to the graduating seniors.
May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back The sun shine warm upon your face, The rains fall soft upon your fields. May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord cause his face to shine upon you, And give you peace.
Hier mit Bildern aus Zeeland versehen. Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice! Be thou my vision Kerry Andrew: Before the ending of the day English folk song, arr. Bethlehem, of noblest cities Antony Baldwin: Blest are the pure in heart Oliver Tarney: Brother James's Air Oliver Tarney: Christ be with me Alan Smith: Christ the Lord is risen again!
Come, O come, our voices raise Mode vii melody, arr.
Sheet music: An Old Irish Blessing (Choral SATB)
Come, Holy Spirit, Creator blest R. Come, ye faithful Alan Bullard: Evening Service in C minor Alan Bullard: Father, we praise you Sarah Quartel: Fill your hearts with joy and gladness Benedetto Marcello: Give ear unto me David Blackwell: Glory to the Lamb David Fawcett: God be in my head John Goss, accomp. God so loved the world Trad. He, whom angels worship Alan Bullard: Hosanna to the Son of David Philip Moore: I believe David Blackwell: Lead me, Lord Malcolm Archer: If ye love me American spiritual, arr.
In my Heart Richard Shephard: Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates Trad. Let all people praise you, Lord! Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake Alan Bullard: My spirit longs for thee Edmund Jolliffe: May the road rise up to meet you James Davy: O how amiable John Stainer: O King and desire Edmund Jolliffe: O nata lux O glorious light William Boyce, adap. O praise the Lord Juan Crisstomo de Arriaga, adap.