An exhilirating celebration of music! Hal H. Hopson's concertato on When in Our Music God Is Glorified is jubilant, powerful, and a stunning way to glorify God on any festive occasion. With handbells, brass, timpani, and a surprise inclusion of SINE NOMINE in the middle, the stanzas build to an impressive ending. Hearts and voices will be soaring after the final "Alleluia!"
Voicing: SATB with organ and optional two octaves handbells, brass, timpani, and congregation
Arranger: Hal H. Hopson
Text: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000
Tune: ENGELBERG, Charles V. Stanford, 1852-1924 and SINE NOMINE, Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958
Season: GeneralSeries: Hymns of Faith
CGRP42 Reproducible Instrumental Parts