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Rejoice The Lord Is King

Title: Rejoice The Lord Is King


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Beckenhorst Press Inc
Composer: Darwall, John
Arranger: Courtney, Craig
Catalog #: BP1476 Price: $1.95

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This anthem begins with a classical setting of Psalm 33 in which God's people are characterized by the benefits of His supernatural care and leading. Then, following a brief brass introduction into DARWALL'S 148TH, the congregation is invited to stand and join the choir in this mighty, timeless hymn of praise. A final verse with rich harmonies, brass fanfares and a soaring descant leads everyone to a glorious coda which restates the Psalm 33 melody. An alternate text for patriotic servies is included. Parts for brass quartet (BP1476A) are available.
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