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Part of the Series:
Excel


The Promised Hope
...starts with a baby's first cry
Created and Arranged by: Tom Fettke
Orchestrated by: Russell Mauldin

About This Product
From the immensely talented team of arranger Tom Fettke and orchestrator Russell Mauldin comes the gloriously uplifting new Christmas musical, The Promised Hope Starts with a Baby's First Cry. From our newly named Excel Series, this accessibly arranged and orchestrated narrated musical is perfect for any sized choir. Running time for the complete work is approximately 38 minutes.

Featuring Steven Curtis Chapman's evocative "The Night Before Christmas," the hauntingly beautiful solo feature "Born Where the Shadows Lie" and the exuberant and creative styling of both "Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child" and "Soon and Very Soon," The Promised Hope is simply bursting with good tidings of great joy.

Share the joy of Christmas that starts with a baby's first cry through The Promised Hope.

 
Voicing: The Excel Series format allows choirs to either sing SATB or to adapt the voicing to their own resources, however limited.
Cast: Narrator
Performance Time: 38 minutes
Suggested Use: Adult Christmas Musical
Skill: Excel Series
Style: Varied
 

Companian Products
 
Book
$7.99
Listening CD
$16.99
Bulk CDs (package of 10)
$74.99
Split-Channel Accomp CD
$95.00
Stereo Accomp CD
$95.00
Orchestration (CD-ROM)
$350.00
Accomp CD-Click
$199.99







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    The Promised Hope - Opening
 
    Christ Is Come
 
    Night Before Christmas
 
    Angels, from the Realms of Glory
 
    Jesus, O What a Wonderful Child
 
    The Promised Hope: Bulletin Blank
 
    Born Where the Shadows Lie
 
    Soon and Very Soon
 
    Sovereign Lord
 
    Gloria
 
    Come and Worship - a Celebration
 
 
Contents: Promised Hope
 
Clip Art
 
 
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