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Acclamations For Easter (W/Organ)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Brass Quartet
Desc Brass 4tet/Organ/Timpani
Composer Stephen Walters
Publisher The Sacred Music Press
Grade 3
Catalog # 70/1632S

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Acclamations For Easter (W/Organ) Composed by Stephen Walters. For Brass Quartet. Published by The Sacred Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1632S, UPC: 9780893288723)

According to Webster, the word acclamation is "loud and enthusiastic approval, typically to welcome or honor someone." And in this vibrant and resounding collection, that someone is our Risen Christ on Easter morning! These three settings of very familiar hymntunes for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, timpani, and organ provide three moments of musical celebration, exultation, and triumph!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
JESUS CHRIST IS RISEN AGAIN WALTERS, STEPHEN WILLIAMS, ROBERT  
O SONS AND DAUGHTERS LET US SING WALTERS, STEPHEN 15TH CENT FRENCH  
THINE IS THE GLORY WALTERS, STEPHEN HANDEL, G F  
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