About the Book
A setting of psalm 122 by C. H. H. Parry is used as an introit processional as the choir and clergy enter for the coronation of the British sovereign. Consequently the Parry setting is popular in Britain but little known elsewhere. Hubert Parry was of course the composer who set William Blake's poem "Jerusalem" to music, creating particular resonance with persons of British descent throughout the world.
The Naylor setting in this book uses the text of the King James Bible, and is for SSATTB choir accompanied on the organ. The music is also orchestrated for symphony orchestra, and all the parts are in the book. The work is of moderate difficulty to suit average singers.
Features & Details
- Category Religion & Spirituality
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Oct 22, 2009
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Born 1940, in New Zealand Army 1960 -1964 serving in Malaya for two years. Founded the Ron Naylor Art School in 1964. Trained as an organist and compose for that instrument, choral works, piano works, organ works, and symphonies for orchestra. Started breeding rhododendrons in 1985, but none registered as yet. Forced out of Christchurch, New Zealand in 2011 by earthquake damage, and now live nearby in Prebbleton. Not quite poor as a church mouse, but I'm working on it !