Kingdom of Heaven - Brass Band

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This music is dedicated to the Glory of God. An Easter piece, it starts with Christ's lonely walk to the cross, filled with sorrow and bearing the sins of all of man, including those who will ultimately reject him. After the crucifixion and resurrection of our Lord, the tune "Holy, Holy, Holy" represents the age of the Christian church. The section uses the tune "Worthy is the Lamb" to signify a New Song we will all sing in Heaven after the second coming.

(first section - lonely road) A lonely road that led to Calvary, Once trod alone the feet of God. He shed a life that filled with sorrow, For those in darkness, not His own.

(second section, letter C) And though I know that I am His, Yet there are souls He could not save. And profound sadness filled His heart As He bore their burdens to the grave

With thanks to Martin Tousignant for many valuable editing suggestions.

Score ID
Year of composition
John van Gulik
Difficult (Grades 7+)
7 minutes
Brass band

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