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Behold the Darkness - A Tenebrae Service (Cantata) (SATB)

Benjamin Harlan
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$8.10

Description:

Heighten your observance of Lent and Holy Week with this Tenebrae service. Combining classic passion texts with new words and music, this service of worship is an appropriate centerpiece to any Holy Week service or can be used as separate anthems during Lent. Mary Kay Beall's narrative adds a moving touch to create an unforgettable service. Available: SATB, Instrumental Pak (Chamber), ChoirTrax CD, Preview CD, Preview Pak, CD 10-Pak.

Song List:

  • Ah Holy Jesus Johann Heerman Robert S. Bridges Benjamin Harlan
  • Behold The Savior Of Mankind Samuel Wesley Traditional
  • Go To Dark Gethsemane James Montgomery Benjamin Harlan
  • It Is Finished Charles Wesley Benjamin Harlan
  • O Love Divine Charles Wesley Benjamin Harlan
  • O Sacred Head Now Wounded Bernard Of Clairvaux James Waddell Alexander Hans Leo Hassler
  • Were You There? Traditional Spiritual Charles Winfred Douglas Harm
  • What Wondrous Love Is This American Folk Hymn William Walker Southern Harmony

Additional Information:

Publisher: Brookfield Press (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 08742539
Northwest Product Number: 203-0208-04-001

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