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For Unto Us A Child Is Born

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SATB
Composer Allen Pote
Publisher Harold Flammer, Inc.
Catalog # 35028334

Price: $2.50

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For Unto Us A Child Is Born Composed by Allen Pote. For SATB. Published by Harold Flammer, Inc.. (Catalog # 35028334, UPC: 884088650735)

Uses: Advent, General Scripture: Isaiah 9:6; 11:2-3 The celebrated words of the prophet Isaiah are often set to music but this new adaptation is a fresh and scintillating addition to the oeuvre. Written to work with organ or piano, the memorable melodic sequence that energizes the theme is a stunning moment and the fanfare-like choral acclamations of the names of the Messiah are a majestic reminder of the coming King of kings. Handbell part (3 octaves) included. Available separately: SATB, Orchestration CD-rom (Score & parts for Trumpet 1&2, Trombone 1&2, Bass Trombone or Tuba (French Horn may be substituted for Trombone 1). Duration: ca. 2:27.

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