This delightful anthem for unison voices with keyboard is sure to be a favorite of young singers. The tune is bright and memorable, and the rhythmic vitality and syncopation add spark. There is an optional second part on the last line of the anthem. The text, taken from Psalms 95 and 96, is one of praise and celebration. The composer indicates that the bass line may be doubled by a synthesizer 'electric bass'. There are also suggestions given for the optional use of synthesizer (using bell or glock sound), glockenspiel, or flute to play bracketed notes in the accompaniment.
Voicing: Unison and keyboard
Composer: Jody W. Lindh
Season: Lent, Ordinary/General
Lectionary: Year A - Lent - Third Sunday of Lent; Year A - Season after Pentecost - Reign of Christ - Proper 29; Year A - Christmas - Nativity of the Lord - Proper 1, Year B - Christmas - Nativity of the Lord - Proper 1, Year C - Christmas - Nativity of the Lord - Proper 1; Year C - Season after Pentecost - Proper 4
Scripture: Psalm 95 and 96
DLA478 Come, Let Us Sing audio download