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CGA336 Alleluia


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Music Sample: CGA336 Alleluia Sample PDF

If you do not have a handbell choir to accompany this anthem, a keyboard instrument could be utilized. The single word 'Alleluia' constitutes the entire text (jokingly credited to Handel because of the Hallelujah Chorus from 'Messiah'), thus making it easy for a children's choir to memorize. This would also make a stunning processional for bells and choirs for a festive occasion such as Christmas or Easter.


Voicing: Two-part and handbells or keyboard


Composer: Robert Leaf


Text: Robert Leaf

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