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How Quietly

Title: How Quietly
Voicing/Format: SAB
Publisher: Hope Publishing Co
Arranger: Raney, Joel
Catalog #: C5601

Price: $2.05
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Written for adult choir with optional children's choir or soloist, this pairing of an original composition with a Christmas classic affords a unique way to present "Away in a Manger" during the holiday season. The simple part for the children s voices fits perfectly with Raney s gentle, original lullaby. The flowing piano accompaniment provides a lush underpinning for this re-telling of the night Christ was born. This setting originally appeared in Joel Raney s popular Christmas musical, Celebrate the Season. In 2007 the SATB setting was Hope Publishing's top-selling anthem. New for 2009 is and SAB voicing.
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