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The Weeping Tree

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Cantata
Composer Joseph Martin
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35022877

Price: $16.99

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Product Description

The Weeping Tree Composed by Joseph Martin. For Cantata. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35022877, UPC: 747510184195)

From the writers of Song of the Shadows and Harvest of Sorrows comes this profoundly moving work for Holy Week. The Weeping Tree is a poignant portrait of the cross that uses beloved hymns, newly composed music, thoughtful narration, and simple sacred symbols to create a touching testament of grace for choirs of every size. By offering the smaller orchestral accompaniment option along with the shorter performance time, The Weeping Tree is accessible to choirs that have not previously included cantatas in their Lenten and Holy Week services. Includes: The Weeping Tree · Without His Cross · Of Tears and Sorrows · Alas and Did My Savior Bleed · and more. Practical and profoundly affecting! A full line of support products is available to help enable churches of every size to enjoy this outstanding new seasonal offering. Support products include a brilliant orchestration by Brant Adams in traditional format or on the exciting print-your-own iPrint CD-ROM, or use the outstanding StudioTrax CD. Shorten your learning time by using the Rehearsal Trax CDs.

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