A Mark Miller jewel, this new setting of a prophetic text will challenge both your congregation’s spirit and your choir’s musicianship! A slow, dramatic introduction for alto solo or soli introduces the title question. Instructions to “hit it” best describe the energy and excitement of the remaining anthem. The vocal parts are quite accessible to your SATB ensemble, including youth. Do note the soprano high B[flat], which is optional
Performance options include solo or soli on the opening section. This setting may be sung as a response to the reading of Micah 6, as a benediction, or general anthem.
Appropriate days: Service themes on Christian responsibility; use of Micah 6:8; and general worship.
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Mark A. Miller is a lecturer in the Practice of Sacred Music at Yale University. Since 1994 he has served on the faculty at Drew Theological School. He is director of Contemporary Worship at Marble Collegiate Church in New York City. He is known in churches throughout the country as a worship leader, teacher, composer, and performer of sacred music. He received his B.A. degree in music from Yale University, and his M.Mus degree in organ performance from Juilliard.
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