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Jesus You Alone Are King
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Jesus You Alone Are King

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Arranger Lloyd Larson
Publisher Crystal Sea Music Publishing
Catalog # 765762157026

Price: $29.95

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Jesus You Alone Are King Arranged by Lloyd Larson. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Crystal Sea Music Publishing. (Catalog # 765762157026, UPC: 765762157026)

Working with the lovely American folk tune, BEACH SPRING, arranger Lloyd Larson has beautifully captured the dramatic shape of Claire Cloninger's insightful text. His voicings are artistic and beautifully varied, punctuated by expressive unisons and four-part writing that is both satisfying and accessible. Keyboardists love the fullness but comfortable feel of his accompaniments. But the text is always the focus. It flows naturally from the birth of Jesus Christ, to His sacrifice, to His eternal exaltation. This anthem is uplifting and meaningful throughout the church calendar year.Core Instrumentation: Flute 1 & 2, Oboe, Clarinet 1 & 2, French Horn 1 & 2, Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2 & 3, Trombone 1 & 2, Trombone 3/Tuba, Percussion, Keyboard, Harp, Violin 1 & 2, Viola, Cello/Bassoon, String BassAlternate Parts: Soprano Sax/Clarinet (sub. for Oboe), Alto Sax 1 & 2 (sub. for French Horn 1 & 2), Tenor Sax/Baritone T.C. (sub. for Trombone 1 & 2), Baritone Sax (sub. f

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