Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
Bass C instrument duet, parts only - Intermediate
Composed by Unknown. Arranged by Sandra Zylstra. Christian, Sacred, Praise & Worship, General Worship, Easter. Set of Parts. 3 pages. Published by Sandra Zylstra (S0.106119).
Item Number: S0.106119
Matthew 28:16 "Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek Jesus who was crucified. He is hot here for he is risen as he said. Come see the place where he lay." Enjoy playing this tong-time traditional Easter hymn. The arrangement makes this instrumental duet with piano accompaniment fun for both the performers and the audience. The piano part is also available for purchase separately. You may also purchase any duet combinations together to fit your needs. Instrumental duet parts are available for Treble C, Bass C, Bb, Eb, and F instruments. (Approximately 2:30 minutes, 3 pages).
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