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The Lenten Sketches

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Joseph Martin
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35027066

Price: $15.99

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The Lenten Sketches Composed by Joseph Martin. For Performance CD. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35027066, UPC: 884088468217)

From the composer of Song of the Shadows, Harvest of Sorrows and The Weeping Tree comes a brilliant new innovative cantata for Holy Week, The Lenten Sketches. The work is a series of tableaus illustrating the pivotal final days of Christ's earthly ministry, the triumphal entry, the last supper, the garden of Gethsemane and the crucifixion. With a performance time of approximately 30 minutes, the cantata is easily integrated into a worship event. There is a full line of support products available to help facilitate your presentation of this dramatic new work including a digital resource kit featuring art work, PowerPoint visuals, a Bible study, practice hints, interpretive movement options, plus a unique composer's commentary explaining some of the writer's perspective on the composition of the cantata. Expertly orchestrated by Brant Adams, this important work is destined to become a Lenten classic. Outstanding!

Includes: Portrait of Grace; Behold the King of Zion Comes; From an Upper Room; Scenes from Gethsemane; Tableau of Sorrow; Pieta; Epilogue. Available separately: SATB book, iPrint Orch CD-ROM, Printed Orchestration, StudioTrax CD, Listening CD, 10-Pack listening CDs, Preview Pack (Book/Listening CD), RehearsalTrax CDs, Digital Resource Kit. Duration: ca. 35:00.
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