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Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season

Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season

Product Number: 80-420*

Composer: Gouin, Normand

Sku Product Name Price Qty
80-420 Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season (Choral Score)
file_80-420-E Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season (Downloadable)
80-420A Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season (C Instrument Part)
file_80-420A-E Communion Antiphons for the Easter Season (Downloadable C Instrument Part)


This collection of proper antiphons spans the Easter season, from Easter Sunday through Pentecost. The antiphons, whose English texts are adapted from the Graduale Romanum and The Roman Missal, are set in a plainchant style which is accessible for assemblies. The verses are from the psalms and are set to new psalm tones for SATB choir or cantor. Soprano descants, in Latin, might alternately be played by a solo instrument. Includes reproducible pages for congregation/assembly.

Congregation parts for all Sundays in the Easter season are included in the edition.

Part of the Cathedral Series.

Additional Information

Product Number 80-420*
Complimentary Downloads Congregation parts for the Third Sunday of Easter Year B, Third Sunday of Easter Year C, Ascension Vigil and Pentecost Vigil.
Composer/Arranger Gouin, Normand
Voicing & Instruments Cantor, Unison Voices or SATB, Assembly/Congregation, Organ, opt. C Instrument
Liturgical Year Easter, Easter Vigil
Character/Topics Communion
Common Lectionary Pentecost 20B
Catholic Lectionary Easter Sunday C, Easter Vigil C, Easter Resources, Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday
Liturgical Music Communion/Eucharist
Scripture Acts 2: 4, 11; Corinthians 5:7-8; Hebrews 10:12; John 10:14; John 14:15-16; John 15:1, 5; John 17:22; John 20:27; John 21:12-13; John 7:37; Luke 24:35; Luke 24:46-47; Matthew 28:20; Psalms 104; Psalms 110; Psalms 118; Psalms
Historical Period 21st Century
Series Cathedral Series
Publisher MorningStar Music Publishers

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