Another uplifting anthem of hope from bestselling composer Mark Patterson! This unison/two-part anthem calls us to be bold and courageous - sharing God’s light, joy, hope, and love to the world. Patterson’s masterful writing is a great fit for treble choirs of all ages, featuring an exciting piano accompaniment and an optional part for handbells or handchimes. This anthem has so many uses and is especially fitting for a fall choir kickoff, a choral festival, the Epiphany season, or any celebratory occasion.
Voicing: Unison/Two-part with piano and optional 2 octaves handbells or handchimes
Composer: Mark Patterson
Season: General, Festival, Epiphany
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