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CGB890 Just As He Said! HB Part

 Just As He Said! HB Part

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Celebratory in every sense of the word! This joyful Easter anthem shares the resurrection news through the conversation of Jesus' companions on Easter morning. Singers will be humming the unforgettable refrain long after rehearsal ends. Add handbells to give this piece extra sparkle.

 

Voicing: Unison/two-part with piano and 2 or 3 octaves handbells

 

Composer: Trevor Manor

 

Season: Easter

 

Additional Resources:

CGA1393 Just As He Said! Choral Score


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