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Behold Our God

By Various

SATB choir, piano
Composed by Various. Arranged by Mary McDonald. Choral. Sacred Anthem, Christmas, General. Octavo. Lorenz Publishing Company #10/4907L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.10-4907L).

Item Number: LO.10-4907L

ISBN 9780787756727.

This dramatic anthem magnifying God’s sovereignty and majesty will be an inspiration to your congregation, whether you include only the stunning piano accompaniment or the powerful full orchestration. With a few strains of the refrain from ADESTE FIDELES, it is a viable option throughout the year.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Victoria, BC, Canada
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 11, 2019 Behold our God

    A dramatic, beautiful anthem- even without the orchestration. Part writing is very effective and accessible.

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  • 5

    Justin Dye
    Buffalo, NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 17, 2018 Great for our church's choir

    We have an "open choir" so we don't do tryouts or anything like that. We are also pretty used to Ron Hamilton choral music. This song was pretty easy for our choir to pick up. It goes up to G for sopranos for just a bit. The other three...

    parts are all easy ranges for a church choir. There was one key change that we had to cover with extra practice, but generally the arrangement has easy intervals and chords for voice parts. We have a mix of musicians that know music and people who just sing in church with no musical education and I think our entire group did well with learning this "new to us" song. You will need a pianist comfortable with octave chording and a few 16th note broken chords in the accompaniment, but there are not scales or arpeggios.Long story short: it sounds better and more complicated than it actually is. Give it a try!

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