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Lamb of God

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Composer Twila Paris
Arranger Lloyd Larson
Publisher Agape
Grade 2+
Catalog # 2352

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Lamb of God Composed by Twila Paris. Arranged by Lloyd Larson. For Handbells 3-5 Octaves. Published by Agape. (Catalog # 2352, UPC: 763628123529)

Lloyd Larson's earnest, sensitive setting for Twila Paris' popular song was Hope's top-seller in 2001. Appropriate for Lent, Holy Week, baptism, and special dedication or confirmation services, Lloyd offers a dramatic new vocal solo setting as a single or in his extensive collection of vocal solos, "The Essential Collection for the Church Soloist" (#8505). This blockbuster arrang- ment is also available in SATB, SAB and Two-Part Mixed voicings. Accompaniment provided by keyboard, rhythm, CD track or handbell choir. The new optional handbell accompaniment can also stand alone as a setting for 3-5 octaves of bells. The orchestration includes: 2-FL/Oboe/3-TPT/2-F HORN/2-TBN/Tuba/Harp/ Timpani/Strings/Percussion=(bells, mark tree, shaker)/PNO/GUITAR/BASS/DRUM KIT Scripture References: John 1:29; Matthew 27:27, 41; Revelation 5:12

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