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Follow The Star

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Joseph Martin
Publisher Harold Flammer, Inc.
Catalog # 35028412

Price: $1.80

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Product Description

Follow The Star Composed by Joseph Martin. For SATB. Published by Harold Flammer, Inc.. (Catalog # 35028412, UPC: 884088653569)

Uses: Epiphany

Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12

This up tempo anthem is a stimulating admonition to seek the light of Christ and His illumination. Well suited for Epiphany, this rousing theme has touches of sadness suggesting the shadows that surround the young Messiah in the days and years following His birth. Using a well-known carol tune helps draw the listener close and aids the learning process. A crisp approach to diction and articulation will yield success in your presentation. Available separately: SATB, StudioTrax CD, Orchestration CD-rom (Score & parts for Flute 1&2, Oboe, Clarinet 1&2, Bassoon, Horn 1&2, Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2&3, Trombone 1&2, Bass Trombone/Tuba, Timp, Perc 1&2, Harp, Piano, Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola, Cello, Double Bass). Duration: ca. 3:11.

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