Pilgrim Song Ebook

Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191045195
Size: 29.86 MB
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for SATB (with divisions) and piano or orchestra Pilgrim Song is a powerful and heartfelt arrangement of a traditional American tune and lyrics. The text speaks of the glory of heaven and the risen life, and welcomes the day of judgement; these words are set strophically to a simple, broadly lilting melody, before the voices open into a grander choral texture with imitative motifs and a dramatic modulation. The piano part (also included in the orchestral version) adds further colour and texture with continuously flowing passages, syncopated countermelodies, and the use of different registers. An accompaniment for orchestra is available on hire/rental.

The Pilgrim Song House Of Winslow Book 29

Author: Gilbert Morris
Publisher: Bethany House
ISBN: 144127054X
Size: 26.86 MB
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Like wayfarers before them in a foreign land, they learn to sing... Lewis Winslow has money, a large fancy house, and a bright future in business, but he's lost his beloved wife and now fears he is losing his children as well. Josh seeks one thrill after another, while Jenny finds her excitement at society parties. Kat, an all-out tomboy, is living in her own world, and Hannah has become a recluse. Their father isn't sure what to do about any of them. When the stock market crash robs the Winslows of the material comforts they have enjoyed, will they unite as a family? Lliving in poverty is like living in a foreign land for this Winslow family. The strength of their faith will determine whether they thrive--or merely survive--in the face of unfamiliar and fearsome hardship.

The Highest Good The Pilgrim S Song Book Thy Great Redemption

Author: Oswald Chambers
Publisher: Discovery House
ISBN: 1627074384
Size: 59.28 MB
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In this compilation, you’ll find writings from Oswald Chambers’ works The Highest Good, Thy Great Redemption, and The Pilgrim’s Song Book. Chambers goes far below the surface to explore deeper truths of the faith. He addresses topics such as the doctrine of redemption, Christian ethics and obedience, and pilgrimage toward God’s holiness. As you read these insightful works, you’ll come to a greater understanding of the importance of Christ’s redemption—and the practical steps we can take toward obedience.

A Pilgrim S Song

Author: Geoffrey Dearmer
Publisher: John Murray Pubs Limited
ISBN: 9780719552427
Size: 36.39 MB
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This slim volume was published to coincide with Geoffrey Dearmer's 100th birthday on 21 March 1993. It is not a comprehensive anthology, rather a representative selection of his verse drawn from his war poetry and from later works written in times of peace.;Geoffrey Dearmer fought at Gallipoli in 1915 (where his brother was killed), and then went on to experience the trench warfare of the Western Front. Ms father, Percy Dearmer, was a well-known Anglican clergyman and his mother a renowned illustrator and author who died of enteric fever in Serbia while serving with an ambulance unit there in 1915. Geoffrey Dearmer's many-faceted career included a stint in the censorship office of the Lord Chamberlain and a long period of outstanding service with the BBC, mainly as editor and contributor to Children's Hour.;His poetry is a deeply personal and unique chronicle of a turbulent century, expressing both the horror of war and an unquenchable belief in the human spirit. It is as full of humour and as sharply observant as Geoffrey Dearmer himself. In an era of pragmatism and compromise these poems are a rare celebration of high ideals and the 'ministering beauty of the natural world'.;This selection of Geoffrey Dearmer's verse has been made by Laurence Cottereu, a poet himself and former Chairman and Life Vice-President of the Poetry Society. There is a foreword by Jon Stallworthy, Professor of English Literature at Wolfson College, Oxford.