Easy Service Music

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Easy Service Music


Stulken, Marilyn Kay, The American Organist


The following lists are keyed to the Revised Common Lectionary, the lectionary used today in churches of a number of denominations. In many cases, the readings - especially the Gospels - will be the same as those in the Catholic, Episcopal, and older Lutheran lectionaries, hence the inclusion of hymn numbers for those groups as well. The Scriptures are listed to aid musicians working with other lectionaries, since there might be times when readings in those lectionaries fall on different calendar dates. Hymn-tune names are bracketed and in large and small caps. Publishers are in parentheses.

HYMNAL CODES

CB = Catholic Book of Worship III

CH = Chalice Hymnal

CO = The Covenant Hymnal

CP = Common Praise

CW = Christian Worship

EH = The Hymnal 1982

EL = Evangelical Lutheran Worship

HS = Hymnal Supplement 98 (LCMS)

HW = Hymnal: A Worship Book

JS = Journey Songs (second edition)

LB = Lutheran Book of Worship

LS = Lutheran Service Book

LW = Lutheran Worship

ME = The United Methodist Hymnal

MO = Moravian Book of Worship

NC = The New Century Hymnal

PH = Psalter Hymnal

PR = The Presbyterian Hymnal

VU = Voices United

WL = Wonder, Love, and Praise

WO = Worship III

WV = With One Voice

SEPTEMBER 6, 2009

Proper 18

SCRIPTURES

Isaiah 35:4-7a

Psalm 146

James 2:1-17

Mark 7:24-37

HYMN

I'll praise my Maker while I've breath

CH 20

CO 7

CP 346

EH 429

HW 166

ME 60

PR 253

VU 867

OR

Praise the Almighty, my soul, adore him

CW 235

EL 797

LB 539

LS 877

LW 445

OR

Praise the Lord! Sing hallelujah!

PH 146

HYMN

From thee all skill and science flow

EH 566

OR

How sweet/good the name of Jesus sounds

CO 300

CP 620

CW 358

EH 644

EL 620

LB 345

LS 524

LW 279

MO 487

PH 487

VU 344

WO 610

ANTHEM

Sing Praise to the Lord - arr. Hopson

SATB, opt. congregation, children's choir/organ, brass quartet or quintet, timpani, handbells

(Augsburg Fortress #0-8006-7600-9)

PRELUDE

Praise the Almighty, My Soul, Adore Him

[LOBE DEN HERREN, O MEINE SEELE]- Beck

TAe Concordia Hymn Prelude Series, Vol. 31, p. 12

(Concordia Publishing House #97-5746)

POSTLUDE

Look from Your Sphere of Endless Day

[GONFALON ROYAL] - Cundick

The Concordia Hymn Prelude Series, Vol. 25, p. 40

(Concordia Publishing House #97-5740)

SEPTEMBER 13, 2009

Proper 19

SCRIPTURES

Isaiah 50:4-9a

Psalm 116:1-8

James 3:1-12

Mark 8:27-38

HYMN

New every morning is the love

CP 7

EH 10

VU 405

HYMN

The Church's one foundation/ O Christ the great foundation

CB 526

CH 272

CO 579

CP 525

CW 538

EH 525

EL 654

HW 311

JS 779

LB 369

LS 644

LW 289

ME 545

MO 511

NC 386

PH 502

PR 442

VU 331/332

WO 618

ANTHEM

Built on a Rock the Church Doth Stand Lindemann/Johnson

Soprano (unison women) and baritone (unison men)/keyboard

(Augsburg Fortress #0800648102)

PRELUDE

Before Thy Throne, O God, We Kneel

[VATER UNSER] - J.

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