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Title: Celebration of Carols, A
Publisher: Harold Flammer, Inc.
Composer: Martin, Joseph M
Catalog #: 35028357
From the composer of Tapestry of Light and The Winter Rose comes a new major work that is based on the traditional "Lessons and Carols" service. Filled to overflowing with beloved carols and original seasonal songs, this cantata tells the story of Christ's birth adorned with beautiful arrangements and meaningful Scriptures. The work includes optional moments for congregational participation, handbell ringers, and children's choir, if desired. Stunning orchestrations and a full line of support products are available to support your presentation. Titles include: A Christmas Overture; O Come, All Ye Faithful; A Prayer for Advent; People of Promise, Arise!; Song of Hope and Joy; O Little Town of Bethlehem; My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord; Lullabies of Bethlehem; Angels We Have Heard on High; Carols for Seekers; Let Christmas Begin; A Christmas Trilogy. Duration: ca. 59:21 (including opt. congregational songs) or ca: 48:37 (w/o opt. congregational anthems).
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