Advent Alleluia

page one of Advent Alleluia

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Full details

Advent Alleluia can be sung by a choir or cantor group, male, female, or mixed, up to 4 parts. The organ is optional for the verse. Each Sunday of Advent has a verse provided, plus there’s one for Martyrs as this setting was written for the Venerable English College in Rome which celebrates its Proto-Martyr, Ralph Sherwin, on 1st December which often falls in Advent.


Score ID
80375
Year of composition
2008
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Choir
Genre
Classical music
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