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A Few Easter Anthems Old and New.

Barnby, “Break Forth into Joy” (Novello).
Shelley, “The Resurrection” (Schirmer).
Tours, “God hath Appointed a Day” (Novello).
Faure, “See now the Altar Garlanded” (Schirmer).
Stainer, “Awake Thou that Sleepest” (Novello).
Truette, “Awake, Awake, ‘tis Easter Morn” (Ditson).
Schnecker, “How Calm and Beautiful” (Stevens).
Foster, “When the Sabbath was Past” (Novello).
Woodman, “When it Was Yet very Dark” (Novello).
Stevenson, “Very Early in the Morning” (Ditson).
Cruickshank, “I Declare to You the Gospel” (Novello).
Tours, “Christ our Passover” (Ditson).
Chadwick, “Shout ye High Heavens,” double quartet (Schmidt).

 

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