Ascension Introit: Men of Galilee

Year of composition
Phillip Pennington Harris
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts
Not available
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'Men of Galilee' is a brief Introit for Ascension Day. It depicts the timeless moment of the Ascension, the disciples' amazement and the angels' rebuke (to us all) to stop staring into the sky after the ascended Christ. It is composed for SATB choir and organ.

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