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That We Might Have Life

Composer: Paul French
Format: Octavo
Voicing: 3-part Choir; Cantor; Assembly
Instruments: Guitar; Keyboard
Product: 008336
Unit: Each
Price: $1.50
Availability: Currently in Stock
Here is a work commissioned for an event sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago.  This animated composition is a collaborative effort that features a text by Alan Hommerding and musical setting by Paul French.  Set with a contemporary flair, choirs will have fun singing the three-part refrain and adding choral support on the cantor/soloist's verses.  The attention-grabbing harmonies will definitely keep you on your toes.  The composer suggests that adding percussion with the piano will add a rhythmic drive to the chorus (and congregation) performance.  Add this to your contemporary repertoire.  Listen and consider this piece for your music ministry!
Topic:  Confirmation; Mission; Ministry; Sending; Dismissal; Holy Spirit; Jesus Christ; the Way, Truth, and Life; Light; Social Concerns; Easter Season; Ascension; Pentecost
Liturgical Season:  Easter
Sunday of the Year:  Easter 4 Year A; last Sundays of the Easter Season; Ascension; Pentecost
Scripture:  John 10:10
Rites and Devotion:  Confirmation
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More information:
Series Title:  Contemporary series
Arranger:  Text:  Alan J. Hommerding
Music:  Paul French
First Line:  That we might have life, everlasting life, you came to us, O Lord.
Size:  7x10
Length:  11 pages
Copyright:  © 2008, World Library Publications
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