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My Redeemer Lives (An Easter Suite)
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Title: My Redeemer Lives (An Easter Suite)


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Morgan, Reuben
Arranger: Hayes, Mark
Catalog #: 24327
Description: Medley W/Opt Narration Price: $3.95

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This triumphant medley blends fresh, uplifing settings of traditional resurrection hymns with Reuben Morgan's outstanding contemporary Easter praise song. After the narrator (opt.) proclaims our Savior's victory, the choir responds with a lively, syncopated setting of the first verse of Christ the Lord Is Risen Today. The congregation (opt.) responds by singing with the choir two verses of Rejoice! The Lord Is King. Serving as the medley's centerpiece, Morgan's My Redeemer Lives enters next, gradually building to a climactic refrain. A final verse of the opening hymn provides a soaring finish. Mark Hayes' dynamic orchestration is available separately.
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