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Rejoice The King Is Coming

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Composer Mark Patterson
Publisher Harold Flammer, Inc.
Catalog # 35028261

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Rejoice The King Is Coming Composed by Mark Patterson. For Unison 2 Part. Published by Harold Flammer, Inc.. (Catalog # 35028261, UPC: 884088636258)

Uses: Palm Sunday Scripture: Matthew 21:1-11; Luke 19:28-38 This stately anthem for Palm Sunday offers the flexibility of use with choirs of children, youth, and adults or a solo cantor with choirs. Opening with an optional processional, choirs have the chance to sing antiphonally as a fanfare-like piano accompaniment and optional finger cymbals support the singing. An easy descant near the end of the piece also gives young choirs the opportunity to sing two parts easily and successfully. Available separately: Unison/opt. 2-Part Treble, CelebrationTrax CD. Duration: ca. 2:59 ScorePlay - click to view score with recording.

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