Choral music for the Feast of Christ the King, from GIA

Click here for six choral pieces for the Feast of Christ the King from GIA Publications.

Selections include:

Concertato on Crown Him with Many Crowns
Arr. Richard Proulx
A powerful and harmonically adventurous arrangement that will enhance your congregation's singing.

Choral Fanfare for Christ the King
H. Hamilton Smith
With familiar Christ the King texts from Psalm 71:8 and Daniel 7:14, this masterpiece is a powerhouse that allows you to use full organ in dialogue with your choir! A classic from the GIA choral catalog.

Christus Paradox
Music by Alfred Fedak | Text by Sylvia Dunstan
Sylvia Dunstan's text examines the dual natures of Christ. Rarely does a text and tune paring work as well as this, proclaiming that Jesus Chris is both "our death and our life." A GIA best-seller. Optional orchestral parts available, arranged by John Ferguson.

Hymn of Consecration
Martin V. Curtis
Adapted from Psalm 122, "I was glad when they said to me," Hymn of Consecration is a bold, driving charge "to go to the house of the Lord!"

Let Us Go Rejoicing
Chris de Silva
A versatile piece that will engage children, assemblies, and adult choirs. With a call-and-response format, minimal rehearsal time is needed.

Come Forth to be Renewed
Robert J. Powell
Robert J. Powell takes text by John Milton and turns it into a stirring anthem for brass quartet, timpani, organ, and SATB choir. Festive, fanfare-like, and definitely affirming for Christ the King.