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Blow Ye the Trumpet!

Craig Courtney
$2.25
BP1467

Description

In Jewish histroy, the Jubilee was a year-long celebration held every fifty years in which all bondsmen were freed, mortgaged land was returned to the original owner and land was left fallow.  in Charles Wesley's powerful text, the jubilee becomes a metaphor for God's redemption and salvation.  Isaiah's timeless words of the Lord's favor, later fulfilled by Christ, become the opening choral statement and a mighty fanfare ushers in a newly composed hymn-tune sung by choir and congregation together.  Approriate for festival days.  Brass quintet parts (BP1467A) are available.

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Themes/Church Year:
All Saints'
Themes/Church Year:
Ascension
Themes/Church Year:
Baptism/Dedication
Themes/Church Year:
Christ the King
Themes/Church Year:
Dedication/Celebration
Themes/Church Year:
Easter
Themes/Church Year:
General
Themes/Church Year:
Good Shepherd Sunday
Themes/Church Year:
Introit
Themes/Church Year:
Name of Jesus
Themes/Church Year:
Palm Sunday
Themes/Church Year:
Pentecost
Themes/Church Year:
Reformation
Voicing:
SATB
Themes/Church Year:
Transfiguration
Voicing:
With Congregation
Instrumentation:
With Brass Ensemble
Digital / Printed:
Printed

Blow Ye the Trumpet!

$2.25
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