RSCM Scotland Triennial Festival 2018
2018 Triennial Festival in St Andrew's RC Cathedral, Dundee
Join hundreds of other singers including RSCM Scottish Voices and the members of the Dunkeld Diocesan Choir, as we gather for our glorious, three-yearly, festival of praise.
This year, it will be held in St Andrew’s RC Cathedral in Dundee and will be on Saturday 2 June 2018.
This is an exciting new venue for RSCM Scotland and we can already report wonderful co-operation from the cathedral.
Bishop Stephen Robson of the Diocese of Dunkeld will preside and preach, and Father Kevin Golden, priest at the cathedral, will also take part. Both the Diocesan Choir and Scottish Voices will be singing; Matthew Beetschen will be the Musical Director.
St Andrew's RC Cathedral, Nethergate, Dundee DD1 4EA
For more details, or to book your place, contact:
Nicola Lawrence (T: 01620 892228; E: triennial(at)rscmscotland.org)
Music Book now available
This new collection of music will be useful for you to celebrate our common musical life – and there's plenty you can take to sing Sunday by Sunday.
Copies cost just:
- £5.20 (RSCM affiliates and individual members)
- £6.50 (non-members)
Order your copies through Nicola Lawrence (triennial(at)rscmscotland.org).
Anglican Chant (Walmisley in A)
Responsorial Chant (Reid)
Scottish Metrical (CH4 100 – Warrington)
Nardone: O sing unto the Lord
Philip Duffy: A Song of Salvation
Gordon Jacob: Brother James’s Air
Philip Moore: What wondrous love is this
Hymns and Songs
Joy to the world
Lo, he comes with clouds descending (with Martin How last verse)
Love, divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwern)
This is your coronation (Passion Chorale)
To mock your reign (Third Mode Melody)
Alleluia, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol)
Crown him with many crowns (Diademata)
King of Kings, majesty (by Jarrod Cooper)
Rejoice the Lord is King (arr. Andrew Reid)
You’re the Word of God the Father (Across the lands)
ADDITIONAL Choral Resources
Harry Bramma: Preces & Responses
Grayston Ives: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis
Learning the music
There will be regional rehearsals to help you learn the music. All of the music will be accessible, with some you can take back to your local church and other music only possible on this kind of occasion! A local rehearsal schedule will be published shortly.
We had a preliminary look at this music at our Come and Sing/AGM in February. If you would like to order multiple copies of the music, please contact Nicola Lawrence (triennial(at)rscmscotland.org) as soon as possible to discuss your requirements.
Other RSCM Scotland events will be held before the Triennial and there will be opportunity to acquire (and pay for) multiple copies at these events, provided that they are ordered in advance.