Christ the Lord is risen again!

Christ the Lord is risen again! : Vocal score

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for SATB and organ, or SATB and brass, percussion, and organ This celebratory festive anthem captures the joy of Easter with a strong rising tune and dancing, rhythmic 'alleluias'. The instrumental parts are available on hire.
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Product details

  • Sheet music | 12 pages
  • 177 x 254 x 1mm | 27g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193504979
  • 9780193504974

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Christ the Lord is risen again! takes us into a different musical world; here is a work of true quality. From the opening fanfares, the SA 'alleluias' and the upward rising main theme, the arrangement captures a mood of joy and spirit so befitting these wonderful words. This would undoubtedly provide a vibrant and energy-laden opener to any Easter Day service. In the manner of what we have come to expect of Willcocks, this arrangement is full of inspired
moments . . . All of these combine to provide a work that will not be beyond the capability of most church choirs and one which will inspire both the singers and the listeners. * Music Teacher, March 2003 *
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About David Willcocks

Born in 1919, David Willcocks began his musical career as a chorister at Westminster Abbey, later winning scholarships to Clifton College and King's College, Cambridge. Following war service, he was elected Fellow of King's College, and later became Organist of Salisbury and Worcester Cathedrals, conducting the Three Choirs Festival whilst at Worcester.
Willcocks returned to King's College, Cambridge as Director of Music from 1957-1974, with the first collection of his arrangements in the Carols for Choirs series publishing in 1961. He was Director of Music at the Royal College of Music from 1974-1984, and was knighted in the Queen's Silver Jubilee Honours List in 1977. Willcocks also conducted The Bach Choir for 38 years, retiring in 1998.
Sir David died in September 2015.
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