With a nod to Gregorian origins, this setting of a familiar text is intimate and tender, at times plaintive and at times joyous. Though it's intended to be sung a cappella the music comes with a keyboard
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This is a short and zippy arrangement of this traditional spiritual suitable for use as choral response or introit. It may be performed a cappella or with keyboard.
A 2 verse choral introit, this short number can help set the stage for worship time. Intended for a cappella singing, it comes with a keyboard reduction of the voices.
The beginning of this work emphasizes the mystery of Christ's coming and sacrifice. The organ accompaniment is used to enhance the somber mood of the opening, in contrast to the joyousness of the
This is a different setting of this well-known text that is not too challenging with the inevitable repetition of text and some repetition of music involved.
Based on Brahms' Intermezzo for Piano Op. 117, No. 1, the text is set to the main melodic element of the Intermezzo. The accompaniment is based on the piano score minus that melodic element.
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