Friday, May 26, 2017
Other Stanton's Categories
 
Shout The Good News
Add to Wishlist

Shout The Good News

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Composer Lloyd Larson
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 99/2865L

Price: $79.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Shout The Good News Composed by Lloyd Larson. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 99/2865L, UPC: 000308129434)

In "Shout the Good News!," composer Lloyd Larson has created a celebration of Jesus' birth and of those messengers who helped God's purposes to be fulfilled. New material is blended with beloved carols, creating a rich tapestry of music for Christmas worship. The biblical narrative is rich as well. It starts with the Old Testament prophets who foretold the Messiah's coming, then touches on angels, shepherds, wise men, John the Baptist, Mary, Joseph, and others as it weaves its way through the miraculous Christmas story. The culmination is a congregational affirmation that all of us are called to be messengers of this good news of Christ's birth and love!Available in SATB or SAB versions, this versatile work for choirs large or small offers opportunities to involve the congregation in the singing of beloved carol melodies. It is equally effective whether accompanied by piano alone or by the colorful orchestration utilizing either the accompaniment CD or live instrumentalists.

Today's News

  • Pop Tunes for Marching Band Pop Tunes for Marching Band

    recommended by Ken T., Band Education Specialist Starboy arr. Ishbah Cox, Grade 3-4 Recorded by The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk, here is an energetic stands tune that skillfully passes the melody from section to section. Contemporary pop music at its... Read More ›

  • SUPER SESSION is Coming Soon! SUPER SESSION is Coming Soon!

    Stanton’s Super Session Saturday 8/5/2017, 9:00 am-4:00 pm Columbia Heights United Methodist Church, 775 Galloway Road 43119 REGISTRATION: $55.00 (includes lunch) Do you need to put a little “spark” in your choral program? Is there just too much new music... Read More ›