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I Love the Lord - SSAATTBB - a cappella

By Jean Sibelius

SSAATTBB chorus a cappella - Medium-difficult
Composed by Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). Arranged by Ronald Staheli. Choral A cappella, Choral SATB, Difficulty Medium Hard, Atonement, Family, Jesus Christ - Savior. Christian, Inspirational. Jackman Music Corporation #01154. Published by Jackman Music Corporation (JK.01154).

Item Number: JK.01154

2 Nephi 4.

Arrangement written for a cappella mixed chorus (SSAATTBB), on the atonement, set to the melody of Be Still, My Soul (Finlandia) by Jean Sibelius.
Composer: Jean Sibelius
Arranger: Ronald Staheli
Lyricist: Poetic paraphrase of 2 Nephi 4 by John Tanner
Difficulty: Medium-difficult
Performance time: 4:00
Reference: 2 Nephi 4.

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  • 5

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  • October 21, 2019 Powerful arrangement

    Three verses, three different keys, all a cappella. A beautiful, tragic, triumphant arrangement (in that order). The notes, rhythms, and intervals themselves are not terribly difficult. The biggest challenge is the key changes, especially from the second to third verse. You just have to listen to it and practice it...

    over and over again until it's in your head. And you need to have singers who are strong enough to hold their own in the 8-part harmony of the final verse, and who are experienced enough musically to project the spirit and feeling and emotion of this song. After we performed this song, people kept using one word over and over: amazing. For days afterward I kept hearing positive comments. It's a really great song, and I highly recommend it.

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  • 4

    Tyler Sundrud
    Plano, TX
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  • February 19, 2008 Works well for large and small groups

    I performed this with just eight singers (one per part), and it was very effective. Ron Staheli succeeds at producing rich harmonies while keeping each voice line relatively simple. The challenge and reward of this piece is the difference in style for each of the three verses. It is both...

    satisfying to sing and an inspirational rendition of 2 Nephi 4.

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