Christ Is Risen

for treble voices

A short, rhythmically intense piece for Easter setting forth St. Paul’s words from the Epistle to the Romans (6:8-11). 2-part harmony, with octave doubling in the final alleluias, gives simplicity and clarity that further enhances the text, while making the piece easy to learn and effective for even the smallest choir.

SKU: ADY-001 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Descriptive Tags: Praise, Scriptural text
Voicing: SATB
Instrumentation: A Cappella
Sacred or Secular: Sacred
Language: English
Season or Event: Easter
Duration: 1-5 Minutes

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