:033 Opus: O Come, Let Us Worship

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the composer provided this note regarding O Come Let Us Worship; "An email for the bible verse of the day included lines from Psalm 95. As I read them again, the words seemed louder than usual. So, I bookmarked my copy of the Psalms for further consideration. That email served as the germination for this choral work. Within a few days the outline for this work was complete and just needed some coloring. With just a bit of tweaking, the entire work had been completed."

This new piece for choir may be performed with or without the intended soloist.

NOTE: though simply a digital rendering, the attached mp3 offers a more consistent playback experience.

  • updated July 2013

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Score ID
Year of composition
Psalm 95
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Choir + keyboard

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