08741890, SATB with solo, $1.75 Print music available for purchase only through Mark Hayes Productions. One photocopy available for preview.
“The Power of Jesus’ Name” was originally written as a duet arrangement for soprano, tenor, and orchestra and has been masterfully adapted in choral form. This dynamic hymn concertato uses three hymn tunes, DIADEM, MILES LANE, and CORONATION with the familiar text by Edward Perronet and John Rippon. The dramatic orchestration and keyboard accompaniment feature creative key changes, diverse tempos, and meter changes, set in styles ranging from classical to contemporary cinematic. The choral setting is primarily homophonic SATB writing. The MILES LANE tune features a tenor solo which segues to a driving orchestral bridge, followed by the final CORONATION tune with optional congregational participation. This anthem is suitable for general worship use and would be especially appropriate for choir festivals.
Fl, Oboe, Clar, Horn, 3 Tpts, 3 Tbns, Piano, Perc, Timp, Vlns I & II, Vla, Cello, Dbl. Bass
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