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Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
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Christ The Lord Is Risen Today

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Arranger Hal H Hopson
Publisher Hope Publishing Co
Catalog # C5321

Price: $2.05

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Christ The Lord Is Risen Today Arranged by Hal H Hopson. For SATB. Published by Hope Publishing Co. (Catalog # C5321, UPC: 763628153212)

Perfect for Easter morning, this new setting of "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," with the alternate text, "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today," features phrases from Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" throughout. Arranger Hal Hopson has provided a variety of options including optional parts for congregation, brass, timpani and 6 handbells. The congregation can sing along from the hymnal. The brass parts can be for either 1 or 2 trumpets, brass quartet, or quintet, and there is a handbell part that can be played by two ringers. For SATB choir and organ, with any combination of the available enhancements, this is sure to be a rousing addition to your Easter celebration.

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