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Raise The Christmas Hallelujah

Title: Raise The Christmas Hallelujah


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Composer: Choplin, Pepper
Arranger: Adams, Brant
Catalog #: 35017909 Price: $1.75

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From the pages of Pepper Choplin's best-selling Christmas cantata Once Upon a Night comes the jubilant “Raise the Christmas Hallelujah.” This is a festive and exciting anthem to conclude your Christmas Eve or Christmas presentations. Choplin's use of the familiar carol “Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella” makes it easy to incorporate the congregation in the celebration as the text invites them to “join the heavenly chorus” and welcome the Christ Child. Glorious!
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