Pange Lingua Gloriosi

By Various artists

Pange Lingua Gloriosi
Celebrate our salvation with powerful choral works for use throughout Holy Week.
Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [CD]

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Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [Digital Playlist]

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Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [Octavo Packet]

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Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [Octavo Packet]

$28.65

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SHIP
Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [CD]

$17.00

30103333

SHIP
Pange Lingua Gloriosi: Choral Music for Holy Week [Digital Playlist]

$14.99

30111032

DIGITAL
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"Sing, my tongue, the Savior's glory, of his flesh the mystery sing; of the Blood, all price exceeding, shed by our immortal King." —Saint Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274)

As a follow-up to Verbum Caro: Choral Music for Advent Lessons and Carols, this collection of choral music for Holy Week reinforces the central importance of the communal experience. From chant to polyphonic choral music, Pange Lingua Gloriosi invites the choir and assembly to take part in bringing voice and body to the Paschal Mystery.

The commemoration of Christ's Passion in Holy Week is a physical act of remembrance for the assembly. Music plays an essential role during this holiest of weeks, as we not only recount the story, but celebrate—through ritual—the events directly responsible for our salvation. Filled with the artistry of some of today's leading classical choral musicians, these beautiful recordings are a fantastic resource for meditation and listening.

A wonderful setting of the introit for Palm Sunday, Brian Luckner's "Hosanna to the Son of David" is one of a number of pieces intended for specific ritual moments. Others draw from readings or liturgical action, such as Mary Van Houten's "Are You Not Aware"—an application of the Romans text from the Paschal Vigil. There are also emotional reflections on Christ's sacrifice, which are more versatile in use like Jane Hawes' "The Seven Last Words of Christ."

Give your choir the arrangements they need to enrich worship and inspire assembly participation throughout Holy Week with the octavo packet, which gathers 15 of these stunning works into one convenient resource.