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A Still, Silent Night - BG2515
A Still, Silent Night

 
Released: 2007 Composer: Traditional, Fred Bock 
Arranger: Fred Bock, Lloyd Larson 
Author/Lyricist: Samuel Wesley 
Voicing: SATB, Congregation

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Complete Review Score

 Fred Bock's arrangement of ?Be Still and Know? has been a best-seller for years. Lloyd Larson has cleverly intertwined Fred's ?Be Still and Know? with his own setting of the ?Silent Night? and ''O Little Town of Bethlehem'' carols, and the results are stunning. A new classic has been born. This choral is part of the Brehm Center Choral Series which offers additional worship resources at www.fredbock.com. Rehearsal Trax available separately.

 
Product Listing
Product
Catalog No.
Price
SATB, Congregation
BG2515 
$1.70
Rehearsal Track
BGRD2515 
$19.95
Rehearsal Track CD Pack
BGRD2515CP 
$79.95

A Silent, Holy Night

Music: Traditional melody, Joseph Mohr and Lewis H. Redner
Lyrics: Based on Psalm 46:10, Franz Gruber and Phillips Brooks
Arranged by Fred Bock and Lloyd Larson

 
Historical background on this lyrics/music…
There are three sets of lyrics and melodies combined into this arrangement. In terms of lyrics, Psalm 46:10 is quoted, as well as familiar verses from the Christmas carols, Silent Night, Holy Night and O Little Town of Bethlehe... [read more 4]
 
A personal note from the composer/arranger…

Christmas is an interesting counterpoint between energized activity and introspective solemnity. As a church musician I am running on all cylinders with special programs and extra rehearsals, yet trying to balance that with moments in which ... [read more 4]

 
Giving spiritual content/context of the piece to the choir…

Christmas time is full of many emotions and expressions – all the way from the burst of the angel’s chorus to the quiet scene of Mary, Joseph and a few barn animals. There is a message to be received in the full gamut of those expressions. T... [read more 4]

 
Musical things to consider in rehearsal…

Naturally with the nature and focus of the piece, a smooth and predominantly quiet approach would be appropriate. This approach also implies that each phrase should have a nice beginning, then move toward a high point, and then diminish at t... [read more 4]

 
Comments about using this piece in the context of worship…

There are several suggested options for using this pieces in the context of worship. Here are a few, but don’t hesitate to be creative and find your own that works for you.

  1. Since this piece is a part of a series that is meant t... [read more 4]