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Wienhorst Catalog: Part 14

Note about the catalog: each classification number is preceeded by a W, which stands for Weinhorst. Therefore, within the catalog, the W is not significant.

W.XIV.a.1 All Glory Be to God on High.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1958. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SATB chorus (XIV.a.1.ii, below), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5,
below), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, below). Also edited from the original setting for SAB a cappella (XVI.b.1, below). Setting of the tune Allein Gott in der Hoeh.
Alternate authors: Decius, Nikolaus (c.1490-1541) and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 4'00".
E.C.S. Publications # 5577.
[CPH # 98-1465.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score.
1 copy original manuscript
W.XIV.a.1.ii All Glory Be to God on High.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SAB chorus (XIV.a.1, above), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5,
below), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, below). Also edited from the original setting for SAB a cappella (XVI.b.1, below). Setting of the tune Allein Gott in der Hoeh.
Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate authors: Decius, Nikolaus (c.1490-1541) and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 4'00".
E.C.S. Publications # 5578.
[CPH # 98-1350.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
1 copy manuscript photocopy
1 copy original manuscript
W.XIV.a.2 All Praise to Thee, Eternal God.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1958. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SATB chorus (XIV.a.2.ii, below), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5, below), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, below). Setting of the tune Gelobet seist du.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 1'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5575.
[CPH # 98-1517.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.2.ii All Praise to Thee, Eternal God.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SAB chorus (XIV.a.2, above), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5,
below), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, below). Setting of the tune Gelobet seist du. Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 1'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5576.
[CPH # 98-1346.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.3 Arise and Shine in Splendor.
For TBB.
Composed in 1983. Also set to different text for SATB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.15, below).
Setting of the tune O Welt, ich muss dich lassen.
Alternate authors: Gieschen, Gerhard (1899-c.1999), Opitz, Martin (1597-1639), and Heinrich
Isaac (1450-1517).
Duration: 2'10".
Commissioned by the Concordia Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, choirmaster.
1st performance: the Concordia (Fort Wayne) Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, cond., on
January 2, 1985.
E.C.S. Publications # 5541.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.4 Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun & All Praise to Thee, My God, This Night.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1965. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1964. Also set for SATB chorus, handbells, and organ (XIII.a.2, above). Based on Tallis' Canon. Dedicated to Dr. William G. Fischer.
Alternate author: Tallis, Thomas (c.1505-1585).
Duration: 2'45".
E.C.S. Publications # 5579.
[CPH # 98-1791.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH
W.XIV.a.5

Chorale Settings for the Seasons.
For SA/TB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Collectively arranged for SSA or TBB chorus under Seven Contemporary
Chorale Settings (XIV.a.5.ii, below); also each listed individually in a cappella arrangements for SAB and SATB chorus, respectively (XIV.a).
Alternate authors: Dachstein, Wolfgang (1487-1553), Decius, Nikolaus (c.1490-1547), Gerhardt, Paul (1607-1676), Horn, Johann (c.1490-1547), Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Massie, Richard (1800-1887), Russell, Arthur T. (1806-1874), Weisse, Michael (c.1480-1534), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Includes:

1 - Once He Came in Blessing (Gottes Sohn ist kommen)
2 - Now Sing We, Now Rejoice (In dulci jubilo)
3 - All Praise to Thee, Eternal God (Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ)
4 - A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth (An wasserflussen Babylon)
5 - Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands (Christ lag in Todesbanden)
6 - Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott)
7 - All Glory Be to God on High (Allein Gott in der Hoeh)

Duration: 14'20".
E.C.S. Publications # 5570.
[CPH # 98-1129.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH
4 sheets original working manuscript

W.XIV.a.5.ii

Seven Contemporary Chorale Settings.
For TBB/SSA.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Collectively arranged for SA/TB chorus under Chorale Settings for the
Seasons (XIV.a.5, above); also each listed individually in a cappella arrangements for SAB and SATB chorus, respectively (XIV.a).
Alternate authors: Dachstein, Wolfgang (1487-1553), Decius, Nikolaus (c.1490-1547), Gerhardt, Paul (1607-1676), Horn, Johann (c.1490-1547), Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Massie, Richard (1800-1887), Russell, Arthur T. (1806-1874), Weisse, Michael (c.1480-1534), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Includes:

1 - Once He Came in Blessing (Gottes Sohn ist kommen)
2 - Now Sing We, Now Rejoice (In dulci jubilo)
3 - All Praise to Thee, Eternal God (Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ)
4 - A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth (An wasserflussen Babylon)
5 - Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands (Christ lag in Todesbanden)
6 - Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord (Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott)
7 - All Glory Be to God on High (Allein Gott in der Hoeh)

Duration: 14'30".
1st performance: the Concordia (St. Louis) Seminary Chorus, Robert Bergt, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5573.
[CPH # 98-1130.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound published photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound original manuscript

W.XIV.a.6 Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1960. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954 as a liturgical cantata for SATB, soli, and strings or SATB, soli, and organ
(IV.7, above). Also arranged for SATB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.6.ii, below), SA/TB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune Christ lag in Todesbanden.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 2'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5640.
[CPH # 98-1561.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
1 copy original manuscript
W.XIV.a.6.ii Christ Jesus Lay in Death's Strong Bands.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954 as a liturgical cantata for chorus, soli, organ, and strings (IV.7, above). Also
arranged for SAB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.6, above), for SA/TB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune Christ lag in Todesbanden. Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 2'.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., at the Tenth Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
E.C.S. Publications # 5639.
[CPH # 98-1348.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy manuscript photocopy
1 copy original manuscript (includes original manuscript for "A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth", XIV.a.14.ii, below)
1 copy original manuscript, stanza II
W.XIV.a.7 The Church's One Foundation.
For SATB (SA/TB).
Composed in 1986. Original setting of stanzas 2 (SA) and 3 (TB) along with traditional SATB harmonization of stanzas 1 and 4. Setting of the tune Aurelia.
Alternate authors: Stone, Samuel J. (1839-1900), and Samuel S. Wesley (1810-1876).
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.XIV.a.8 Come, Holy Ghost.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956, in Lift Up Your Hearts: A Collection of Music for the Communion Service, Paul G. Bunjes, ed.
Composed in 1956. Tune based on a phrase from Spiritus Domini, the Introit for Pentecost. Text based on the Antiphon for Whitsuntide.
CPH # 97-6219, pages 24-28.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, full score
1 copy original manuscript
W.XIV.a.9 Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1960. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also arranged for SATB chorus (XIV.a.9.ii, below), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 4'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5571.
[CPH # 98-1562.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, full score
2 sheets original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.9.ii Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also arranged for SAB chorus (XIV.a.9, above), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune
Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott. Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 4'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5572.
[CPH # 98-1349.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies published copy, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.10 For All the Saints.
For SAB.
Date of composition unknown. Setting of stanzas 4, 5, and 6 for the Valparaiso University
Chapel. Setting of the tune Sine Nomine. Written for Faith Memorial Lutheran Church, Valparaiso.
Alternate authors: How, William W. (1823-1897) and Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958).
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.11 Here Is the Tenfold Sure Command.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956. Also set to different text (XIV.a.11.ii, below). Setting of the tune Dies sind die heil'gen. Part of the Six Catechism Chorales.
Alternate authors: Janzow, F. Samuel (b.1913) and Martin Luther (1483-1546).
Duration: 3'.
Commissioned by The Lutheran Hour broadcast.
1st performance: the Lutheran Hour Choir, Carl Schalk, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5537.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.11.ii That Man a Godly Life Might Live.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956 (XIV.a.11, above). Set to different text, 1956. Setting of the tune Dies sind die heil'gen.
Alternate authors: Luther, Martin (1483-1546) and Richard Massie (1800-1887).
Duration: 2'15".
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.12 Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Savior.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956. Setting of the tune Jesus Christus, unser Heiland. Part of the Six Catechism Chorales.
Alternate authors: Hus, John (c.1369-1415), and F. Samuel Janzow (b.1913).
Duration: 2'.
Commissioned by The Lutheran Hour broadcast.
1st performance: The Lutheran Hour Chorus, Carl Schalk, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5539.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy (from different originals)
W.XIV.a.13 Jesus, Priceless Treasure.
For SAB.
Composed in 1962. Setting of the tune Jesu, meine Freude.
Alternate authors: Crueger, Johann (1598-1662), Franck, Johann (1618-1677), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.XIV.a.14 A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1958. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SATB chorus (XIV.a.14.ii, below), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune An Wasserflussen Babylon.
Alternate authors: Dachstein, Wolfgang (c.1487-1553), and Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676).
Duration: 3'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5561.
[CPH # 98-1464.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 sheet original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.14.ii A Lamb Goes Uncomplaining Forth.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SAB chorus (XIV.a.14, above), for SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5,
above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune An Wasserflussen Babylon. Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate authors: Dachstein, Wolfgang (c.1487-1553), and Paul Gerhardt (1607-1676).
Duration: 3'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5562.
[CPH # 98-1347.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy manuscript photocopy (original manuscript with XIV.a.6.ii, above)
1 sheet original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.15 Now Rest Beneath Night's Shadow.
For SATB.
Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 1985. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1984. Tune also set for TBB chorus a cappella (XIV.a.3, above). Setting of the tune O Welt, ich muss dich lassen. In memoriam William Kroeger.
Alternate authors: Gerhardt, Paul (1607-1676) and Heinrich Isaac (c.1450-1517).
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Kantorei, Frederick Telschow, cond, March 3, 1984,
on tour.
E.C.S. Publications # 5522.
[Augsburg # 11-2316.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, Augsburg, full score
W.XIV.a.16 Now Sing We, Now Rejoice.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1959. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also arranged for SATB chorus (XIV.a.16.ii, below), for SA/TB chorus
(XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii,above). Setting of the tune In dulci jubilo.
Alternate author: Russell, Arthur T. (1806-1874).
Duration: 1'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5559.
[CPH # 98-1475.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.16.ii Now Sing We, Now Rejoice.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also arranged for SAB chorus (XIV.a.16, above), for SA/TB chorus
(XIV.a.5, above), and for SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune In dulci jubilo. Dedicated to the members of the Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Alternate author: Russell, Arthur T. (1806-1874).
Duration: 1'30".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., at the Tenth Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
E.C.S. Publications # 5560.
[CPH # 98-1345.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, full score
W.XIV.a.17 Now Thank We All Our God.
For TBB.
Composed in 1989. Setting of the tune Nun danket alle Gott. Dedicated to the Concordia Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, Kantor.
Alternate authors: Cruger, Johann (1598-1662), Rinkhart, Martin (1589-1649), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.18 O Savior, Rend the Heavens Wide.
For TBB.
Composed in 1983. Setting of the tune O Heiland, reiss die Himmel auf.
Alternate author: Seltz, Martin L. (1909-1967).
Duration: 2'.
1st performed by the Concordia (Fort Wayne) Kantorei, Richard Resch, cond., January 2, 1985, on their 1985 tour.
E.C.S. Publications # 5542.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.19 Oh, Blest the House Whate'er Befall.
For SATB.
Chicago, IL: Choral Services Incorporated, 1957. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1955. Setting of the tune Wo Gott zum Haus. Dedicated to Dr. and Mrs. M. Alfred Bichsel.
Alternate authors: von Pfeil, Christoph C.L. (1712-1784), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
E.C.S. Publications # 5647.
[Choral Services #121.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, Choral Services, full score
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.20 Oh, Rejoice [Ye Christians Loudly].
For TBB.
Composed in 1984. Also set for TBB and 2 instruments (XIII.a.22, above). Setting of the tune
Freuet euch, ihr Christen.
Alternate authors: Hammerschmidt, Andreus (c.1611-1675), Keimann, Christian (1607-1662),
and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 3'45".
Commissioned by the Concordia Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, Choirmaster.
1st performance: the Concordia Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, cond., on January 2, 1985
during their 1985 tour.
E.C.S. Publications # 5540.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score (includes sheet on performance procedure)
W.XIV.a.21 Once He Came in Blessing.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1961. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SATB chorus (XIV.a.21.ii, below), SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5,
above), and SSA/TBB (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune Gottes Sohn ist kommen.
Alternate authors: Horn, Johann (c.1490-1547), Weisse, Michael (c.1480-1534), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 1'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5564.
[CPH # 98-1128.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.a.21.ii Once He Came in Blessing.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1956. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Also set for SAB chorus (XIV.a.21, above), SA/TB chorus (XIV.a.5, above), and SSA/TBB chorus (XIV.a.5.ii, above). Setting of the tune Gottes Sohn ist kommen.
Alternate authors: Horn, Johann (c.1490-1547), Weisse, Michael (c.1480-1534), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 1'30".
E.C.S. Publications # 5565.
[CPH # 98-1344.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.22 On Christ's Ascension.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956. Setting of the tune Nun freuet euch.
Alternate authors: Czamanske, William M. (1873-1964), Luther, Martin (attr.) (1483-1546), and Josua Wegelin (1604-1640).
Duration: 3'20".
1st performance: the Concordia Teachers College (Seward, NE) Choir, Paul Rosel, cond.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.23 Our Father, Thou in Heaven Above.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956. Also set to different text (XIV.a.23.ii, below). Setting of the tune Vater
Unser. Part of the work Six Catechism Chorales.
Alternate author: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 1'45".
1st performance: The Lutheran Hour Chorus, Carl Schalk, cond.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.23.ii To You, Omniscient Lord of All.
For SATB.
Composed in 1956 to different text (XIV.a.23, above). Set to new text in 1963. Setting of the
tune Vater Unser. Part of the work Six Catechism Chorales.
Alternate authors: Doving, Carl (1867-1937) and Magnus B. Landstad (1802-1880).
Duration: 6'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5538.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.24 Out of the Depths.
For SAB.
Composed in 1956. Text revised ca. 1978 following the Lutheran Book of Worship. Also set for
S A/T B chorus (XIV.a.24.ii, below), and for SAB chorus to different translation, 1963 (XIV.a.24.iii, below). Setting of the tune Aus Tiefer Not. Part of the work Six Catechism Chorales.
Alternate authors: Grindal, Gracia (b.1943) and Martin Luther (1483-1546).
Duration: 1'35".
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.24.ii Out of the Depths.
For S A/T B.
New York, NY: Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1961. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1958. Also set for SAB chorus (XIV.a.24, above) and for SAB chorus to different translation (XIV.a.24.iii, below). Setting of the tune Aus Tiefer Not. Dedicated to David Fetler.
Alternate authors: Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
Duration: 1'50".
1st performance: the Eastman Polyphonic Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., March 19, 1961, at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Rochester, NY.
E.C.S. Publications # 5563.
[AMP # A-344.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, AMP, full score
W.XIV.a.24.iii From Depths of Woe.
For SAB.
Composed in 1956 to different text (XIV.a.24, above). Reset in 1963 following commission, to the Winkworth translation, from The Lutheran Hymnal 1941; the Janzow translation, from Lutheran Worship, was added ca. 1982. Also set to different translation for S A/T B
chorus (XIV.a.24.ii, above). Setting of the tune Aus Tiefer Not.
Alternate authors: Janzow, F. Samuel (b.1913), Luther, Martin (1483-1546), and Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878).
Duration: 1'35".
Commissioned by the Lutheran Hour Broadcast.
1st performance: the Lutheran Hour Chorus, Carl Schalk, cond.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.a.25 Ring, Jingle, Ring :
(originally titled) Jingle Bells.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1993. "Written to fulfill pledge duties prescribed by Sigma Alpha Iota, Valparaiso University", into which the composer was initiated as an honorary member.
Alternate author: Pierpont, James S. (1822-1893).
E.C.S. Publications # 5618.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound printed photocopy
W.XIV.a.26 Sing Praise to God, the Highest Good :
(originally titled All Praise to God Who Reigns Above).
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1985. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1957. Setting of the tune Lobt Gott den Herren, ihr.
Alternate authors: Cox, Francis E. (1812-1897), Schutz, Johann J. (1640-1690), and Melchior Vulpius (c.1560-1615).
1st performance: the Concordia (Seward, NE) Choir, Paul Rosel, cond., March 23, 1958.
E.C.S. Publications # 5648.
[CPH # 98-2697.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
W.XIV.a.27 What Is This Lovely Fragrance?
For 2-pt Ch.
Composed in 1990. Setting of the French carol Quelle est cett odeur agreable?. Written for the Valparaiso Lutheran Day School.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound printed photocopy
W.XIV.a.28 When In Our Music God Is Glorified.
For SATB.
Composed in 1980. Setting of stanza 3 only. Setting of the tune Fredericktown.
Alternate authors: Anders, Charles R. (b.1929), and F. Pratt Green (b.1903).
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.b.1 Alleluia, Praise the Lord :
Psalm 146.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1984. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1982. In memoriam Marvin E. Schroeder.
1st performance: the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Lombard, IL) Choir, Jacqueline Will, cond.,
November 14, 1982.
E.C.S. Publications # 5637.
[CPH # 98-2646.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, CPH
W.XIV.b.2 His Foundation is In the Holy Mountain :
Psalm 87.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1965. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1965. Also set to different translation (XIV.b.2.ii, below).
Duration: 3'30".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, William Kroeger, cond.
[CPH # unknown.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.b.2.ii On the Holy Mountain :
Psalm 87.
For SATB.
Composed in 1965 (XIV.b.2, above). Set to different translation, 1986.
Duration: 3'30".
Commissioned by Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder for the Pacific Lutheran Vesper Service.
1st performance: the Pacific Lutheran Chorus, 1986.
E.C.S. Publications # 5524.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.b.3 I Will Praise Thee With My Whole Heart :
Psalm 138.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1965. Copyright reassigned to composer, 1985.
Composed in 1965.
Duration: 3'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5558.
[CPH # 98-1792.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, CPH
W.XIV.b.4 Praise Ye the Lord :
Psalm 150.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1966. Copyright reassigned to composer, 1985.
Composed in 1964. Also set to different translation (XIV.b.4.ii, below). Dedicated to Richard E. Meier.
Duration: 2'10".
1st performance: mass choir at the dedication service for the Music Building, April 23, 1972.
[CPH # 98-1793.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH
W.XIV.b.4.ii Praise the Lord :
Psalm 150.
For SATB.
Composed in 1964 (XIV.b.4, above). Set to different translation, 1986.
Duration: 2'10".
E.C.S. Publications # 5526.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.b.5 Sing Ye :
Psalm 98.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1971. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1969.
Commissioned by the Lutheran College Choirs Association.
E.C.S. Publications # 5649.
[CPH # 98-2074.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
W.XIV.b.6 Three Psalm Settings :
Psalms 23, 46 and 150.
For SATB, Cong, and Solo Voice.
Composed in 1972. Includes Gloria Patri setting from "The Order of Matins and Vespers"
(XIII.g.10, above). In three sections.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, set of choral scores (includes complete score of Ps. 46 only)
W.XIV.b.7 Why Do the Heathen Rage? :
Psalm 2.
For SATB and Solo Bar.
Composed in 1946/7. Student work with Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
W.XIV.c.1 Be Merciful Unto Me, O Lord.
For Antiphonal Un.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 86 for the 16th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.2 Behold, O God.
For Antiphonal Un.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 84 for the 14th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.3 Bow Down Thine Ear, O Lord.
For SATB.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 86 for the 15th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.4 Have Mercy Upon Me, O Lord.
For Antiphonal Un.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 31 for the 25th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.5 Have Respect, O Lord.
For Antiphonal Un.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 74 for the 13th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.6 Hear, O Lord.
For SATB.
New York, NY: Associated Music Publishers, 1963.
Composed in 1963. Text: from Ps. 27 for the 7th (Last) Sunday of Easter (Sunday of
Ascension). Dedicated to William Kroeger and the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir.
Duration: 1'40".
E.C.S. Publications # 5567.
[AMP # A-430; also A-644 in Contemporary Settings of Psalm Texts, 1969, pages 85-87.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, AMP, full score
1 copy unbound published photocopy, from collection, full score
W.XIV.c.7 I Know the Thoughts I Think.
For SATB.
New York, NY: Associated Music Publishers, 1961. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1958. Text: from Ps. 85 for the 23rd Sunday of Trinity. Dedicated to Knut
Nystedt.
Duration: 2'45".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., at the
Seventh University Composers Exchange Festival.
E.C.S. Publications # 5605.
[AMP # A-343.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy
W.XIV.c.8 If Thou, O Lord, Shouldst Mark Iniquities.
For SATB.
Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 1962, in Introits and Graduals for the Lutheran Service, Series B, Volume V, Paul Ensrud, ed.
Composed in 1957. Text: from Ps. 130 for the 22nd Sunday of Trinity.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., November
17, 1957, for the service The Spirit of the Liturgy In Contemporary Music, at the Sixth University Composers Exchange Festival at Michigan State University.
Page 31.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy published copy
1 copy published photocopy
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
1 copy original working manuscript
W.XIV.c.9 Introits for Septuagesima, Sexagesima, Quinquagesima.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1957. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1955.
Includes: The Sorrows of Death Encompassed Me (from Ps. 18 for Septuagesima Sunday, the 3rd Sunday before Lent)
Awake, Why Sleepest Thou, O Lord (from Ps. 44 for Sexagesima Sunday, the 2nd Sunday before Lent)
Be Thou My Strong Rock (from Ps. 31 for Quinquagesima Sunday, the Last
Sunday before Lent))
E.C.S. Publications # 5596.
[CPH # 98-1418.]
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies published copy, CPH
1 copy unbound original working manuscripts for the first two only
W.XIV.c.10 Judge Me, O God.
For SATB.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 43 for Passion Sunday.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies manuscript photocopy (from different originals)
W.XIV.c.11 The Lord of Hosts is With Us.
For SATB.
Composed in 1964. Text: from Ps. 46 for Reformation Day.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.12 O Lord, I Have Trusted In Thy Mercy.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 13 for the 1st Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy original manuscript
2 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.13 Oh, Sing Unto the Lord.
For Ant Ch.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 98 for the 4th Sunday of Easter. Different music, same text as XIV.c.14, below.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.14 Oh, Sing Unto the Lord [a New Song].
For SATB.
Composed in 1962. Text: from Ps. 98 for the 4th Sunday of Easter. Different music, same text
as XIV.c.13, above.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.15 Reward Them That Wait For Thee, O Lord.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 122 for the 18th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.c.16 Righteous Art Thou, O Lord.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 119 for the 17th Sunday of Trinity. Part of the Hexachord
Introit Settings.
Collection holds (Box 7):
3 copies manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.d.1 The Lord Reigneth.
For Un.
Composed in 196?. Text: from Ps. 99.
Collection holds (Box 7):
2 copies manuscript mimeograph, full score
1 copy manuscript mimeograph, congregation score
W.XIV.d.2 Make a Joyful Noise.
For SATB.
Composed in 1962. Text: from Ps. 66 for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.d.3 Unto the Righteous There Ariseth Light.
For SATB.
Composed in 1957. Text: from Ps. 112 for the 22nd Sunday of Trinity.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., November
17, 1957, for the service The Spirit of the Liturgy In Contemporary Music, at the Sixth University Composers Exchange Festival at Michigan State University.
Collection holds (Box 7):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
2 sheets original working manuscript
W.XIV.e.1

Alleluia Verses : Settings for the Easter Season.
For SATB.
Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 1985. Copyright reassigned to Ione Press.
Composed in 1978. Consists of introductory and concluding alleluias with seasonal verse (Rom. 6:9) followed by the verse for the appropriate Sunday.
Includes:

This Is the Day the Lord Has Made (Ps. 118:24 for Easter Sunday)
Blessed are They Who Have Not Seen (Jn. 20:29 for the 2nd Sunday of Easter)
Our Hearts Burn Within Us (Lk. 24:32 for the 3rd Sunday of Easter)
1st performance: Dawn Riske and the Valparaiso University
Deaconess Choir, 1979.
I Am the Good Shepherd (Jn. 10:14 for the 4th Sunday of Easter)
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond., 1978.
I Am the Way, I Am the Truth (Jn. 14:6 for the 5th Sunday of Easter)
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
All Who Love Me Keep My Word (Jn. 14:23 for the 6th Sunday of Easter)
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
I Will Not Leave You Desolate (Jn. 14:18 for the 7th Sunday of Easter)
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond., 1978.

E.C.S. Publications # 5594.
[Augsburg # 11-2301.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy

W.XIV.e.2 As Moses Lifted Up the Serpent.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Jn. 3:14-15 for the 3rd Sunday in Lent.
Duration: 2'.
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, John Nuechterlein, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.3 Be My Witnesses.
For SAB.
Composed in 1980. Text: Acts 1:8 for St. Matthew's Day.
Duration: 1'5".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.4 Beginning With Moses.
For SATB.
Composed in 1983. Text: Lk. 24:27 for Easter Eve.
Duration: 2'20".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.5 By One Man's Disobedience.
For SATB.
Composed in 1977. Text: Rom. 5:19 for the 1st Sunday in Lent.
Duration: 2'15".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.6 Come Holy Spirit.
For SAB.
Composed in 1978. Text: verse for Pentecost.
Duration: 1'35".
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, Frederick Telschow, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy (includes performance notes)
W.XIV.e.7 [For] God So Loved the World.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Jn. 3:16 for the 4th Sunday in Lent.
Duration: 1'30".
1st performance: the Sigma Alpha Iota chorus of Valparaiso University, 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.8 I Am the Light of the World.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 1, 1979. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1977. Text: Jn. 8:12 for the 5th Sunday after Pentecost.
Commissioned by the Chapel of the Resurrection, Valparaiso University.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5651 (with XIV.e.20 and XIV.e.31, below).
[CPH # 98-2430 (with XIV.e.20 and XIV.e.31, below).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound published photocopy (published copy with XIV.e.31, below)
W.XIV.e.9 I Have Chosen and Consecrated This House.
For SATB.
Composed in 1979. Text: 2 Chr. 7:16 for Dedications.
Duration: 1'.
1st performance: Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.10 I Will Proclaim Your Name.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 3, 1980. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1977. Text: Hebrews 2:12 for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost.
Commissioned by the Chapel of the Resurrection, Valparaiso University.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5653 (with XIII.e.2, above, and XIV.e.14, below).
[CPH # 98-2451 (with XIII.e.2, above, and XIV.e.14, below).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy, CPH (also published copy for XIV.e.14, below, and XIII.e.2, above)
W.XIV.e.11 Jesus Humbled Himself.
For SATB.
Composed in 1977. Text: Phil. 2:8 for the 2nd Sunday in Lent. Different music, same text as
XIV.e.12, below.
Duration: 2'15".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.12 Jesus Humbled Himself.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Phil. 2:8 for the 2nd Sunday in Lent. Different music, same text as XIV.e.11, above.
Duration: 1'10".
1st performance: the Addison Trails High School Choir, Robert Anderson, cond., 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.13 Jesus Went About Galilee.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Mt. 4:23 for the 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany. Music based on
"How Great is the Lord" (XIV.h.4, below).
Duration: 1'30".
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, Frederick Telschow, cond., 1979.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.14 Let Your Manner of Life Be Worthy.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 3, 1980.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SSA (XIV.e.14.ii, below). Text: Phil. 1:27 for the 18th
Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'25".
Commissioned by the Chapel of the Resurrection, Valparaiso University.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5653 (with XIII.e.2 and XIV.e.10, above).
[CPH # 98-2451 (with XIII.e.2 and XIV.e.10, above).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound published photocopy (published copy with XIV.e.10, above)
W.XIV.e.14.ii Let Your Manner of Life Be Worthy.
For SSA.
Composed in 1977 for SATB (XIV.e.14, above). Arranged for SSA, 1977. Text: Phil. 1:27 for
the 18th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'25".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.15 The Lord Said to Me.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Isa. 49:3 for the 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany.
Duration: 1'25".
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, Frederick Telschow, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.16 The Lord Will Rescue Us.
For SATB.
Composed in 1977. Text: 2 Tim. 4:18 for the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.17 Of God's Own Will He Brought Us Forth.
For SAB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Jas. 1:18 for the 22nd Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'40".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond., 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.18 Our Savior, Jesus Christ.
For SATB.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SA/TB chorus (XIV.e.18.ii, below). Text: 2 Tim. 2:10b
for the 14th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'15".
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, Frederick Telschow, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.18.ii Our Savior, Jesus Christ.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SATB chorus (XIV.e.18, above). Text: 2 Tim. 2:10b for
the 14th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'15".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.19 Reconciliation.
For SATB.
Composed in 1992. Text: 2 Cor. 5:19 for the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'15".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Kantorei, Frederick Telschow, cond., November 15, 1992.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound printed copy
W.XIV.e.20 Rejoice in the Lord, Rejoice.
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 1, 1979. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SA/TB chorus (XIV.e.20.ii, below). Text: Phil. 4:4 for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'35".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5651 (with XIV.e.8, above, and XIV.e.31, below).
[CPH # 98-2430 (with XIV.e.8, above, and XIV.e.31, below).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound published photocopy (published copy with XIV.e.31, below)
W.XIV.e.20.ii Rejoice in the Lord Alway.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SAB chorus (XIV.e.20, above). Text: Phil. 4:4 for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'35".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.21 The Son of Man Came Not to be Served.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Mk. 10:45 for the 5th Sunday in Lent.
Duration: 1'15".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.22 The Spirit of the Lord Is Upon Us.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Lk. 4:18a for the 4th Sunday after the Epiphany.
Duration: 1'15".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Phi Mu Alpha Chorus, 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy (from different originals)
W.XIV.e.23 There Is One Body and One Spirit.
For SATB.
Composed in 1980. Text: Eph. 4:4-6, alt., for Christian Unity.
1st performance: volunteer choir, Eldon Balko, cond., at the English District Conference at Valparaiso University.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy (includes performance directions)
W.XIV.e.24 They Are Before the Throne of God.
For SAB.
Composed in 1980. Text: Rev. 7:15 for All Saints Day.
Duration: 1'10".
1st performance: the Faith Memorial Lutheran Church Choir of Valparaiso, Indiana, 1980.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.25 Watch, Therefore.
For SATB.
Composed in 1978. Text: Mt. 24:42 for the 26th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'35".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.26 Whatever Was Written in Former Days.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 2, 1979. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SSA/TBB (XIV.e.26.ii, below). Text: Rom. 15:4 for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 2'5".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
E.C.S. Publications # 5652 (with XIII.e.17, above, and XIV.e.27, below).
[CPH # 98-2441 (with XIII.e.17, above, and XIV.e.27, below).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy, CPH (also published copy for XIII.e.17, above, and XIV.e.27, below)
W.XIV.e.26.ii Whatever Was Written.
For SSA/TBB.
Composed in 1977. Also arranged for SATB (XIV.e.26, above). Text: Rom. 15:4 for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 2'5".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.27 The Word of God is Living and Active.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 2, 1979. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1979. Also arranged for SA/TB (XIV.e.27.ii, below). Text: Heb. 4:12 for the 13th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'.
1st performance: volunteer choir at Valparaiso University, Frederick Telschow, cond.
E.C.S. Publications # 5652 (with XIII.e.17 and XIV.e.26, above).
[CPH # 98-2441 (with XIII.e.17 and XIV.e.26, above).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound published photocopy (published copy with XIV.e.26, above)
W.XIV.e.27.ii The Word of God is Living and Active.
For SA/TB.
Composed in 1979. Also arranged for SATB (XIV.e.27, above). Text: Heb. 4:12 for the 13th Sunday after Pentecost.
Duration: 1'.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.28 The Word of the Cross Is the Power of God.
For SAB.
Composed in 1979. Text: 1 Cor. 1:18 for Renewers of the Church or Theologians.
Duration: 1'.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.29 You Are the Fairest of Sons.
For SATB.
Composed in 1977. Text: Ps. 45:2 for Transfiguration Sunday.
Duration: 1'25".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chamber Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., 1978.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.30 Your Word, O Lord, Is Truth.
For SATB.
Composed in 1979. Text: Jn. 17:17b for the 7th Sunday after the Epiphany.
Duration: 1'42".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.e.31 Your Words Became a Joy [to Me].
For SAB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, in Three Verse Settings, Set 1, 1979. Copyright
reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1977. Text: Jer. 15:16 for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost. Dedicated to Frederick Telschow and the Schola Cantorum of Valparaiso University.
Duration: 1'10".
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Schola Cantorum, Frederick Telschow, cond., 1977.
E.C.S. Publications # 5651 (with XIV.e.8 and XIV.e.20, above).
[CPH # 98-2430 (with XIV.e.8 and XIV.e.20, above).]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy, ECS (also published copy for XIV.e.8 and XIV.e.20, above)
1 copy published copy, CPH (also published copy for XIV.e.8 and XIV.e.20, above)
W.XIV.f.1 I Have Loved the Habitation of Your House.
For SATB and Solo.
Composed in 1962. Text: traditional liturgical text for Reformation.
Duration: 1'15.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, William Kroeger, cond., at the University of Chicago Reformation Vespers.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.f.2 Responsory for the Advent Season :
Behold, the Days Come.
For SATB and Solo.
Composed in 1962. Text: Jer. 23:5-6.
Duration: 1'20".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.f.3 Responsory for the Easter Season :
Christ Being Raised From the Dead.
For SATB and Solo.
Composed in 1962. Text: Rom. 6:9-10; Rom. 4:25.
Duration: 1'15".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.f.4 Responsory for the Trinity Season :
Praise Him.
For SATB and Solo.
Composed in 1962. Text: traditional liturgical text.
Duration: 1'20".
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.g.1 Agnus Dei.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1984. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1983. Also arranged for SSA (XIV.g.1.ii, below). English text: from Jn. 1.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Kantorei, Frederick Telschow, cond., at the Valparaiso University Advent-Christmas Vespers.
E.C.S. Publications # 5638.
[CPH # 98-2683.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy, CPH, full score
W.XIV.g.1.ii Agnus Dei.
For SSA.
Composed in 1983 (XIV.g.1, above). Arranged for SSA, 1992. English text: from Jn. 1.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, Frederick Telschow, cond.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound printed copy
W.XIV.g.2 Alleluia, Let Praises Ring.
For SATB.
Boston, MA: the B.F. Wood Music Company, 1958. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1954. Dedicated to Paul Rosel and the Concordia College Choir.
1st performance: the Concordia (Seward, NE) Choir, Paul Rosel, cond.
Duration: 3'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5580.
[B.F. Wood # 741.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies published copy, B.F. Wood, full score
1 copy unbound original manuscript, full score
W.XIV.g.3 Arioso and Chorale.
For TTBB.
Composed in 1989. Also arranged for SATB (XIV.g.3.ii, below). Dedicated to the Concordia Seminary Kantorei, Richard Resch, Cantor.
1st performance: the Concordia (Fort Wayne, IN) Kantorei, Richard Resch, cond., January 2,
1990.
Duration: 6'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5590.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.g.3.ii Arioso and Chorale.
For SATB.
Composed in 1989 (XIV.g.3, above). Arranged for SATB, 1990. Dedicated to [the] Concordia Kantorei, R. Resch, Kantor.
Duration: 6'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5591.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound printed copy
W.XIV.g.4 Blessed is He Who Cometh : Benedictus.
For SATB.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1954. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1949. English and Latin texts: Mt. 21:9. Dedicated to M. Alfred Bichsel and the
Valparaiso University Chapel Choir.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., 1949.
E.C.S. Publications # 5569.
[CPH # CH 1055.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies published copy, full score
1 copy unbound original manuscript
W.XIV.g.5 Intrada for Voices.
For 2 2-pt Ch.
Composed in 1984. Text by composer.
Commissioned by the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.
E.C.S. Publications # 5519.
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy (from different originals)
W.XIV.g.6

Lessons and Collects.
For Cantor.
Composed in 1964. Intended for use with A Choral Matins (liturgical setting; IV.5, above).
Includes:

Friday Matins (Isa. 44:6-8)
Friday Vespers (1 Cor 3:18-23)
Saturday Matins (Isa. 32:1-8)
Saturday Vespers (Mt. 10:16-23)
Sunday Matins (2 Pet. 3:3-15; Mt. 5:1-12)
Collect for Grace
["Then I saw another angel"] (Rev. 7:2-17)

1st performance: Davis Eifert and Richard Scheiman at the 1964 Valparaiso University Church Music Seminar.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound original manuscript (Friday Matins, Saturday Matins, Saturday Vespers)
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy (Friday Vespers, Sunday Matins, Collect, ["Then I saw…"])

W.XIV.g.7 The Little Woodlark.
For SSA.
Boston, MA: Ione Press, for E.C. Schirmer Music Company, Inc., 1993.
Composed in 1986.
Alternate author: Hopkins, Gerard Manley (1844-1889).
Commissioned by the Children's Chorus of Victoria, Texas, in honor of William Prante.
1st performance: the Children's Chorus of Victoria, Texas, Sammy Cowan, cond., April 28,
1987, at the Chapel of the Resurrection, Valparaiso University.
E.C.S. Publications # 4654.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy
W.XIV.g.8 Magnificat.
For SATB.
Composed in 1946. Based on a Gregorian cantus firmus. Latin text: Lk. 1:46-55.
Duration: 4'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5528.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy bound manuscript photocopy
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy (from different originals)
W.XIV.g.9 The Magnificat.
For SATB and Solo.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1966. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1958 for SATB chorus, soli, and orchestra (III.5, above). Arranged for SATB chorus a cappella in 1963. Also arranged as part of the "Order of Vespers" service (XIII.g.10, above). English text: Lk. 1:46-55. Dedicated to Frederick A. Reddel.
Duration: 4'.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, William Kroeger, cond., at the University of Chicago.
E.C.S. Publications # 5529.
[CPH # 98-1794.]
Collection holds:
1 copy published copy, CPH
1 copy published copy, E.C. Schirmer
W.XIV.g.10 The Pharisee and the Tax Collector.
For SAB.
Composed in 1983. Text: Lk. 18:10-14.
Duration: 3'.
E.C.S. Publications # 5528.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.g.11 The Reproaches for Good Friday.
For SATB and opt Cantor.
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1989.
Composed in 1988. Also arranged for SSA chorus (XIV.g.12.ii, below).
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Kantorei, Frederick Telschow, cond., April 1, 1988
CPH # 98-2871.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy
W.XIV.g.11.ii The Reproaches for Good Friday.
For SSA and opt Cantor.
Composed in 1989 for SATB chorus (XIV.g.12, above). Arranged for SSA chorus, 1993.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, Eldon Balko, cond., April 9, 1993.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.g.12

Sentences for the Seasons.
For SATB (or Un and Kbd, XIII.g.11, above).
St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1955. Copyright reassigned to composer.
Composed in 1955.
Includes:

Advent (Ps. 25:6)
Christmas (from Pss. 96, 98)
Epiphany (Ps. 117:1-2)
Lent (Phil. 2:8)
Easter (I Cor. 5:7b)
Whitsuntide (Ps. 104:30)
Trinity [1] (from Ezra 7:27)
Trinity [2] (Ps. 119:124-125)

Duration: 3'15".
E.C.S. Publications # 5602.
[CPH # CH 1057.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy, CPH
1 copy unbound original manuscript

W.XIV.h.1 Behold How Good and How Pleasant It Is.
For SATB.
Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 1962, in Introits and Graduals for the Lutheran Service, Series B, Volume V, Paul Ensrud, ed.
Composed in 1957. Text: Ps. 133:1,3b and Ps. 147:3 for the 22nd Sunday of Trinity.
1st performance: the Valparaiso University Chapel Choir, M. Alfred Bichsel, cond., November
17, 1957, for the service The Spirit of the Liturgy In Contemporary Music, at the Sixth University Composers Exchange Festival at Michigan State University.
Page 32.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy published copy
1 copy published photocopy
1 copy unbound original manuscript
W.XIV.h.2 Blessed Is the Nation Whose God Is the Lord.
For SATB.
Composed in 196?. Text: Ps. 33:12,6 and Ps. 118:16 for the 17th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy (includes title page)
1 copy unbound manuscript mimeocopy (incomplete score)
W.XIV.h.3

Gradual Settings for the Advent Season.
For SATB and Cong.
Composed in 196?.
Includes:

Advent I (Ps. 25:3-5 for the 1st Sunday in Advent)
Duration: 1'15".
Advent II (Isa. 62:11, Isa. 30:30, and Ps. 80.1 for the 2nd Sunday in Advent)
Duration: 1'10".
Advent III (Phil. 4:4-6 and Ps. 85:1 for the 3rd Sunday in Advent)
Duration: 1'10".
Advent IV (Isa. 45:8a, 8b and Ps. 19:1 for the 4th Sunday in Advent)
Duration: 1'20".

Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy, full score
1 copy unbound original manuscript, congregation score
2 copies unbound manuscript photocopy, congregation score

W.XIV.h.4 Great Is the Lord.
For SATB.
Composed in 1964. Text: Ps. 48:1, 12-14 for Reformation.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.h.5 The Heathen Shall Fear.
For SATB.
Composed in 1964. Text: Ps. 102:15,16 and Ps. 115:11 for the 16th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript mimeocopy
W.XIV.h.6 It Is Better to Trust in the Lord.
For SATB.
Composed in 196?. Text: Ps. 118:8,9 and Ps. 109:1 for the 15th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.h.7 Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling Place.
For SATB.
Composed in 196?. Text: Ps 90:1,2 and Ps. 125:1 for the 21st Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.h.8 O Lord, Thine Enemies Roar.
For SATB.
New York, NY: Associated Music Publishers, 1961. Copyright reassigned to composer in 1994.
Composed in 1958. Text: Ps. 74:4,2 and Ps. 46:4-5 for the 25th Sunday of Trinity. Dedicated to Russell Wichman.
Duration: 2'30".
[AMP # A-345; also in A-644, Contemporary Settings of Psalm Texts, 1969, pages 33-40.]
Collection holds (Box 8):
2 copies published copy, full score
1 copy published copy, in collection, full score
W.XIV.h.9 Oh, Sing Unto the Lord a New Song.
For SATB, Cantor, and Cong.
Composed in 196?. Text: gradual for the 19th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.h.10 The Right Hand of the Lord :
Gradual [for] Cantate Sunday.
For SATB.
Composed in 1962. Text: Ps. 118:15b, Rom. 6:9 for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript photocopy
W.XIV.h.11 This Is the Day the Lord Has Made.
For SATB.
Composed in 1954 (IV.7, above). Adapted and arranged, 196?. Text: Ps. 118:24,29 for Easter
Sunday.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy unbound manuscript mimeocopy
W.XIV.h.12 Thou Hast Delivered My Soul From Death.
For SATB and Solo.
Composed in 196?. Text: Pss. 56:13 and 36:9 for the 24th Sunday of Trinity.
Collection holds (Box 8):
1 copy manuscript mimeocopy

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