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Wedding Anthems – Part 1

The following 28 anthems would sound great at your wedding as they really work well with organist and 4 singers, but don’t just trust us, click on the videos and listen for yourself.

Disclaimer: These are videos that we found on the web so please only treat them as a guide to help you and not an indication of the quality of our Choir. If you want to know what we sound like, come along to church on Sunday!

Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring by Johann Sebastian Bach

Sheep may Safely Graze by Johann Sebastian Bach

Sing Joyfully by Adrian Batten

There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy by Maurice Bevan

Brother James’ Air by James Leith Macbeth Bain

Geistliches Lied by Johannes Brahms

An Irish Blessing by Bob Chilcott

Shall we Gather by the River by Aaron Copland

Ave Verum by Edward Elgar

Lord, for thy Tender Mercies Sake by Richard Farrant

Panis Angelicus by César Franck

Lord I Trust Thee by George Frederic Handel

Day by Day by Martin How
(Note: This can be sung by both mixed voices – women and men, it seems the versions on youtube are men only)

My Eyes for Beauty Pine by Herbert Howells

View Me Lord by Richard H Lloyd

Ave Verum by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Cantate Domino by Giuseppe Pitoni

Jesus Christ the Apple Tree by Elizabeth Poston

God be in my Head by John Rutter

The Lord Bless You and Keep You by John Rutter

A New Commandment by John Sheppard

If Ye Love Me by Thomas Tallis

The Lamb by John Tavener

O come, Ye Servants of the Lord by Christopher Tye

God be in my Head by Henry Walford-Davies

Lead me, Lord by Samuel Sebastian Wesley

O Thou, the Central Orb by Charles Wood

Oculi Omnium by Charles Wood

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