The Palms (for Congregation, Choir and Organ)

Jean-Baptiste Faure
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The Palms has been sung by the church choir and congregation as one of the hymns during the Palm Sunday service. The congregation always looks forward to singing The Palms each year.

The choir can sing the verses with the congregation joining in on the refrain or everyone can sing the entire piece.

The Palms is provided here in the keys of Ab and G so you can select the key most appropriate for the vocal range of your choir and congregation (words are on the last page).

For additional music by Victor Sainz that may be of interest to you, click on the "Victor Sainz" link under the score title above to display his complete Score Catalog on the Score Exchange Victor Sainz Home Page.

Score ID
Jean-Baptiste Faure
Easy (Grades 1-3)
3 minutes
Choir + keyboard
World music and Other

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