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Here's a setting written for Fr Grant and the good people of Christ the King, Liverpool.

Most of the pieces have been written so they can be learnt as echoes where the congregation echo what the cantor sings. However, once the pieces are in the repertoire, they can be sung without the repeats!

Special thanks to the music group there - Rick, Maria, Clive, Liam, Amy, Lucy, Maria and Susie - who have test-driven these pieces and who never cease to inspire with their talent and willingness to try new things.

I hope it's of service.

You can print it all in one go here or piece by piece below.

 
DOTS
VOCAL
BACKING
Penitential Rites (all tracks have 2 bar intro)
Lord, have mercy
Kyrie, Eleison
Gloria (backing track has 4 bar intro)

Glory to God in the Highest - uses the words of the Missal but the first 8 bars are used as a refrain which is repeated through the piece in accordance with the directives.

Gospel Acclamation 1 (all backing tracks have 2 bar intro)
Alleluia (basic version with optional verse)
Alleluia (basic version)
Alleluia (repeated version for teaching congregation)

Gospel Acclamation 2 (all backing tracks have 2 bar intro)
Glory to you, O Christ (basic version with optional verse)
Glory to you, O Christ (basic version)  
Glory to you, O Christ (repeated version for teaching congregation)

 
Sanctus (backing tracks have 2 bar intro)
Holy, holy (basic version)
Holy, holy (repeated version for teaching congregation)
Eucharistic Acclamations (backing tracks have 2 bar intro)
We proclaim your death, O Lord
When we eat this bread
Save us Saviour of the world
Doxology and Amen (backing track has 2 bar intro)

Doxology and Amen
(Written especially for Fr Grant)

Agnus Dei (backing track has 2 bar intro)
Lamb of God
Communion (backing track has 2 bar intro)


Behold the Lamb of God / Lord I am not worthy
(Written especially for Fr Grant)

Blessing and dismissal (backing track has 2 bar intro)


The Lord be with you / May almighty God bless you / Go and announce / Thanks be to God
(Written especially for Fr Grant)