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Come to the Cross (Easter Cantata)

By Cindy Berry

Choral (SATB)
Composed by Cindy Berry. Arranged by Keith Christopher. Daybreak Easter Choral. Sacred. 48 pages. Published by Daybreak Music (HL.8740862).

Item Number: HL.8740862

Sacred. 6.75x10.5 inches.

Celebrate the joy of the Resurrection with “Come to the Cross”, a 25-minute cantata for Easter. Beautiful new songs and traditional Easter hymns are woven together with dramatic narrative following the events of Holy Week. Cindy Berry has created a flexible work which is easy to prepare while remaining highly creative. Present the work as a complete cantata or use portions for Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter. Accompany with organ and/or piano, Chamber Orchestra or the excellent ChoirTrax Performance Cassette. Involve your entire church and community in celebrating the hope of Easter with “Come to the Cross”. Available: SATB, Instrumental Pak, ChoirTrax Cassette, Preview Cassette, Preview Pak.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Edinburgh, UK
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • April 08, 2012 An Excellent telling of the Easter Story

    We have just performed this cantata as the centre piece of our Easter Day service. Everyone was moved and impressed. This cantata is within the reach of the average church choir, we had 14, and is an excellent blend of good tunes, themes from well known hymns and narrative linking...

    the whole together. A first class telling of the Easter Story. Just a pity Cindy Berry doesn't seem to have done more.

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  • 4

    Des Moines, Iowa
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 19, 2009 Pleasing to sing as well as hear.

    This will be the third year that we have done this cantata with an ecumenical community choir- some very knowlegeable voices, but mostly people who just enjoy singing. The four parts are beautifully written and at times gives me "goosebumps" when it all comes together as it is supposed to...


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