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Novello: We Will Remember Them - Music for Remembrance

We Will Remember Them is a collection of some of the finest pieces of choral music on the theme of remembrance. The volume is suitable for church, cathedral, school, youth, and community choirs. It contains music appropriate for Remembrance Sunday services, and beautiful pieces suitable for concerts, memorial and funeral services, and other acts of remembrance and reflection.
The book includes classic choral works such as Samuel Barber’s Agnus Dei, Edgar Bainton’s And I saw a new heaven and William Harris’s Bring us, O Lord God alongside other works by well-loved composers including John Tavener (Funeral Ikos and Exhortation and Kohima), Richard Rodney Bennett (A Good-Night), Paul Mealor (In My Dreams) and Eric Whitacre (Nox aurumque). New arrangements, such as David Hill’s choral reworking of Edward Elgar’s Nimrod, are included with other new works by some of the best contemporary composers: Graham Fitkin’s The  Christmas Truce, Tarik O’Regan’s We Remember Them, and Jeremy Dale Roberts’ I heard a voice.
Full Contents:
Agnus Dei – Samuel Barber
And I saw a new heaven – Edgar Bainton
Bring us, O Lord God – William Harris
The Christmas Truce – Graham Fitkin
Exhortation and Kohima – John Tavener
For the Fallen – David Terry
Funeral Ikos – John Tavener
God is our hope and strength – Herbert Brewer
A Good-Night – Richard Rodney Bennett
Holy is the true light – Ernest Bullock
Holy is the true light – William Harris
I heard a voice – Jeremy Dale Roberts
In My Dreams – Paul Mealor
Nox aurumque – Eric Whitacre
Requiem aeternam (Nimrod) – Edward Elgar
They are at rest – Edward Elgar
We Remember Them – Tarik O’Regan
We will remember them – Edward Elgar
Available from Music Sales America via Hal Leonard in the US, or from your local music shop or outside the US
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