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What (Music) Should I Do with My Jazz Band?

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Happy Birthday, Leonard Bernstein!

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Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
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Title: Christ The Lord Is Risen Today


Voicing/Format: Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Publisher: Agape
Arranger: Dobrinski, Cynthia
Catalog #: 1738
Grade: 3 Price: $4.50

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Inscribed by Charles Wesley as "Hymn for Easter Day," this essential selection provides a summary of both the experience and meaning of Christ's resurrection. Arranger, Cynthia Dobrinski, offers several performance possibilities in her 3-5 octave setting which has proven to be a best-seller in the Agape catalog. It may be performed as a prelude for bells and organ alone, or may be used to accompany congregational singing (with an optional soprano descant). Trumpet and timpani, or a brass quartet, may be added, heightening the impact of this glorious Easter morning hymn.
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