God of Glory – Psalm 24 (Ward)


“God of Glory” is composed as a contemporary paraphrased setting of Psalm 24. It is intended to capture the joy and hope of being called as God’s beloved people. While it can be sung without the harmonies provided, layering them in provides an enjoyable variety in timbre as the song progresses. This piece has a “soft boldness” to it, finding a middle ground between frenetic energy and hopeful prayerfulness. The verses were written for a tenor cantor, but are suitable for any voice with confidence in its written range.

Paraphrased Texts
Lyrical Verses


Feast of All Saints
Thursday of the 3rd Week in Ordinary Time (Year I)
Saturday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time (Year I)
Friday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time (Year II)
Monday of the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time (Year II)
Monday of the 34th Week in Ordinary Time (Year II)
For the Admission to Candidacy for the Diaconate and the Priesthood
For the Consecration of Virgins and Religious Profession

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