A joyous setting for SATB choir and piano four-hands, full of the excitement and anticipation of the Lord's coming. Perfect for Advent services or school concerts.
An opening tenor/bass chant of an obscure verse of O Come, O Come, Emmanuel sets the stage for this contemplative consideration of Isaiah 58. While perfect for Advent, the encouraging, hopeful
"Colorful" is the best word to describe this original setting of the traditional Advent text, scored for choir, piano and cello. Marked "mysterioso" in triple meter, it is such a creative interpretation -
Thoughtfully arranged for church and school settings, Comfort, Comfort Ye My People offers many teaching opportunities. This Howard Helvey arrangement provides a madrigal feel, mixed meter,
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