O Come, O Come Immanuel – SSA

Photo credit: Gerard van Honthorst via Wikipedia
Photo credit: Gerard van Honthorst via Wikipedia

SSA Voices and Keyboard, with Optional Orchestration

Arranged by Earlene Rentz

15th Century French melody of a 12th Century Latin hymn, Text from the Psalteriolum Cantionum Catholicarum, 1710; John Mason Neale, 1851; and Henry Sloane Coffin, 1916

Free with Purchase: Piano and Orchestral Accompaniment MP3
Optional Orchestration by Earlene Rentz
(flute, oboe, timpani, keyboard, violins, viola, cello, and double bass)
For optional orchestration, click here.
Also Available: SATB
Duration ca. 3:15

The sights and sounds of Bethlehem come to life in this familiar advent hymn. The orchestration is arranged to reflect another culture and another place. The arrangement culminates in a glorious “Rejoice,” before coming to a close in a gentle reflection in the repeated plea for the Promised One. Enjoy bringing the culture of Jesus’ birth to your choral performance.

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