Lead Sheet from Gospel Acclamation (John 6:68) Alleluia, Lord, to Whom Shall We Go? (Can be sung as a round)

Duration
1 minute
Genre
Modern classical music

Traditionally, this text is sung just before the Gospel reading in Sunday morning worship services. This setting might also be useful for adding a touch of liturgy to a campfire sing-a-long.

The mp3 gives an idea of how this setting of "Gospel Acclamation" would sound if done in a round, with SATB parts all being sung.

Lead sheet available under parts.

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