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The Song Everlasting
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The Song Everlasting

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomp Part
Composer Joseph Martin
Arranger Brant Adams
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35028095

Price: $350.00

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Product Description

The Song Everlasting Composed by Joseph Martin. Arranged by Brant Adams. For Instrumental Accomp Part. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35028095, UPC: 884088604844)

From the composer who brought you Tapestry of Light, The Rose of Calvary and The Lenten Sketches, comes a new work filled with the music of grace. The life of Christ is dramatically presented in this choral cantata that tells the gospel story using American folk songs and hymns. Filled with time-honored tunes and texts, this masterfully arranged work will connect with the congregation and choir alike.

Divided into three sections-Ministry, Humility and Victory-this cantata can be done progressively throughout Lent, Holy Week and Eastertide, or it can be performed as one large celebration of the life of Christ. The miracle and blessing of Christ's earthly ministry, the humility of His passion and the victory of His resurrection fill this work with emotion and power. Thoughtful narration and spectacular orchestrations crown the cantata with variety and skill. Optional moments for congregational participation are included to incorporate your community of faith. A full line of support products is available.

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