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Sing to the Lord a New Song - (Choral Score)

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Scored for Organ, SSA Choir, Congregation, Handbells, SATB Choir

This celebratory anthem is written in a lilting 6/8 meter for SSATB, organ, optional handbells, and assembly on the tune NUN DANKET ALLE GOTT. Portions of Psalms 96 and 98 are adapted by the composer in inclusive language. This festive choir and congregation piece would make a joyous psalm anthem during the Christmas season or at other times where it is proclaimed, "Our music is a gift of love, a song we gladly raise!"

Voicing: SSATB, Congregation, opt. Assembly
Instruments: Organ, opt. Handbells

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Composers: 
Thomas Keesecker
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Season: Christmas
Instrumentation: Congregation Handbells Organ SATB SSA
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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