The Veni, Veni Emmanuel You’ve Been Searching For

Our choir director at the Angelicum always manages to find music that is within our reach, but challenging enough to be interesting–and at the same time beautiful.

Like a lot of volunteer choirs we usually sing in three voices.

Christoph Dalitz, a composer I hadn’t heard of before, posts here on the Choral Public Domain Library (CPDL). If you’re still looking for an accessible, beautiful choral version of O Come, O Come, Emmanuel for this swiftly-passing Advent season, take a look.


2 Replies to “The Veni, Veni Emmanuel You’ve Been Searching For”

  1. I've found some of Christopher Dalitz's music on CPDL before. It's generally very accessible and very nice. He has an arrangement of Panis Angelicus for ST and Classical guitar that is particularly nice for Spanish choirs. The same goes for his arrangement of O Salutaris.

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