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In Excelsis Deo (A Gospel Christmas)
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In Excelsis Deo (A Gospel Christmas)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Arranger Greg Gilpin
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35010668

Price: $26.99

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Product Description

In Excelsis Deo (A Gospel Christmas) Arranged by Greg Gilpin. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35010668, UPC: 747510074731)

Greg has had great success setting familiar lyrics to gospel-styled musical arrangements. Here is a new addition for the holidays! The Latin text is limited and used only for the chorus. Greg incorporates the lyrics of Angels We Have Heard on High for the verses and the break down section of Glory Hallelujah builds into a rousing key change and chorus with hand claps and vocal adlibs. Voiced for all age levels, this will be a favorite of your students this holiday season. Available separately: SATB, 3-part mixed, 2-part, StudioTrax CD.

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