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Born a Savior, Born a King

The Prophecy Fulfilled

By John Purifoy

SAB choir and piano accompaniment (with optional orchestration)
The Prophecy Fulfilled. Composed by John Purifoy. Cantatas. Christmas, Sacred. Choral score. Lorenz Publishing Company #65/1974L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.65-1974L).

Item Number: LO.65-1974L

Christmas, Sacred.

As the prophets had long promised, the time had finally come for the advent of Jesus, the Son of God. But could this child, born in such humble surroundings, truly be the promised Savior and King? Where were the trumpets and fanfare announcing the Mighty One who would vanquish the enemy and deliver God's people? Could the prophecy be fulfilled with the promise of love and everlasting peace? No armies? No generals? No golden carriage? From the apparent dichotomy presented by that night in Bethlehem comes the premise for this thoughtful, inspired and tuneful seasonal work from the talented pen of John Purifoy. With the artfully-crafted weaving of a newly-composed Christmas benediction with Silent Night, a tender optional ending for a candlelight service and/or Christmas Eve is offered. Also available is a joyous reprise of the opening chorus for services in which an exciting and jubilant finale is desired.

  • Deliver Us Lord  Performed by John Purifoy
  • Prepare the Way  Performed by John Purifoy
  • No Golden Carriage  Performed by John Purifoy
  • Carols of the Angels  Performed by John Purifoy
  • He Is Born Now the Prince of Peace  Performed by John Purifoy
  • Christmas Benediction  Performed by John Purifoy
  • Born a Saviour Born a King  Performed by John Purifoy

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • October 10, 2011 Great piece!

    This program is really nice and well written. I purchased the SAB and if the bass is much different from the SATB. It's a bit tricky on the mens part than I originally thought. However, for a more conservative choir that wants something meaningful and not the watered down...

    messages that you tend to get with Christmas programs, this is a great pick! And the instrumentation is also very well done especially if you lean towards the conservative side as it relates to music.

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