In response to many requests, David has gathered together his most popular Lent and Easter music into one convenient collection-most available for the first time in convenient choral octavos. Drawn from his popular Who Calls You By Name series, this fine collection includes many selections for Triduum, complimented by titles appropriate for funerals and reconciliation. And of course, all of this music reflects Davids remarkable sense of melody!
Includes one each of the following octavos:
Who Calls You by Name and You Are Gods Work of Art
The Water I Give - One Lord and You Alone Are the Word
Arise, Shine Out
Jesus, Heal Us
Rejoice, Chosen People and Peace I Leave with You
Christ Is Risen! Shout Hosanna! and I Am the Resurrection
Litany of the Saints
We Are One in the Lord
Alive in Christ Jesus
Now, the Acceptable Time
Christ Will Be Your Light
People of God/Alleluia
David Haas resides in Eagan, Minnesota, where he is director of The Emmaus Center for Music, Prayer and Ministry and serves as campus minister / artist-in-residence at Benilde-St. Margaret's High School in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, where he also teaches in the theology and music departments. Highly regarded as one of the preeminent liturgical music composers in the English-speaking world, he has produced more than 45 collections of original music. His liturgical works are sung and prayed throughout the world and appear in hymnals of many Christian denominations and in many languages. A native of Bridgeport, Michigan, and the Diocese of Saginaw, Michigan, David is a 1975 graduate of Bridgeport High School and studied vocal music performance, piano, and conducting at Central Michigan University. He completed his studies in music performance, liturgy, and theology at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Presently an active member of St. Cecilia Church in St. Paul, he formerly served as director of music and liturgy at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Ankeny, Iowa and The Church of St. Thomas Aquinas in St. Paul Park, Minnesota as well as being composer-in-residence at St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Minneapolis. From 1985-1988 he was an adjunct instructor and composer-in-residence at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity in St. Paul, during which time he was very active internationally in writing, composing, and presenting workshops and seminars on the implementation of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. During these years, David was part of what is commonly referred to as the Minnesota School in collaboration with two of his colleagues, Michael Joncas and Marty Haugen, in producing some of the most popular and effective music for the Church's worship that has appeared in the days following the Second Vatican Council.