Matthew S. Still, Composer
Details: 8 1/2 x 11
Publication Date: 10/30/2015
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Mass of Exultation is a festive new mass setting of the revised texts of the Roman Missal, written for assembly, SATB voices, organ, brass quintet, and timpani. Stylistically reflecting the spirit of Richard Proulx's A Community Mass and A Festival Eucharist, this setting is perfect with full orchestration in a Cathedral setting, as well as for use with organ and cantor alone. Mass of Exultation also offers versatility with presider intonations for the acclamations, an alternate Great Amen and Agnus Dei.
Matthew Still is a pianist, organist, and composer currently working as director of Music Ministries for Saints Peter and Paul Church in Hoboken, New Jersey. He has been a minister of music for 20 years. His compositions include the Mass in Honor of Saint Dominic, written for assembly, organ, choir, string quintet, and timpani, also available at Liturgical Press.
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