Item description for Lord, Open Our Lips; Musical Help for Leaders of the Liturgy With CD (Audio) by Church Publishing...
At last, this much-requested resource is available. It was recorded at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Jackson, Mississippi by The Very Rev. Joseph O. Robinson and the Canon for Formation, The Rev. Canon Susan K. Bock, assisted by Dr. John Paul, Organist/Choirmaster and members of the cathedral choir. Thetriple CD recording with a companion book of music contains everything a presider -whether priest, deacon, or layperson -would sing in an Episcopal service. Highlights of this vast amount of material include all Proper Prefaces in both solemn and simple tones; The Great Litany; The Exsultet; demonstrations of collect tones, lessons before the Gospel, and Gospel tones; Prayers of the People; Eucharistic Prayer C; Solemn Collects and Biddings for Good Friday; music from the daily offices and Enriching Our Worship. Designed to teach by demonstration all the parts of a sung service, it is an indispensable resource for every seminarian and church musician. It can also be used by lay leaders who preside at the daily office, deacons who need to learn the Exsultet, and priests who want to brush up on their accuracy in singing the Eucharist. "
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Studio: Church Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.82" Width: 7.02" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher Church Publishing
ISBN 0898693241 ISBN13 9780898693249 UPC 089859839122
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Lord, Open Our Lips: Musical Help for Leaders of the Liturgy?
Lord Open Our Lips Feb 8, 2008
I have to chant the Exsultet at the Easter Vigil each year at my church. About six weeks before, I start listening to it on the CD that comes with this book. I listen every time I'm in my car, and I'm in it a lot. By the time I have to chant the Exsultet, I have it committed to memory. What a treasure this resource is to anyone that has to sing the Liturgy!
Excellent and Easy to Use Guide Jun 11, 2007
This is an excellent and very usable selection of cantors for use by clergy during the Eucharistic part of the service. It covers all four selections in the Book of Common Prayer, with traditional and contemporary versions sung. It consists of three CDs with a book showing the music and words. It is an easy-to-follow product and one that was highly recommended to me. I, in turn, would definitely recommend this item to any Celebrant who desires to cantor the Eucharist in whatever mode.