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In The End Of The Sabbath

High Voice in c minor

By Oley Speaks

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Piano, Vocal - Difficulty: medium
High Voice in c minor. Composed by Oley Speaks. Vocal Solo. Easter and Worship. Piano or organ/vocal single. With vocal melody, keyboard accompaniment and lyrics. 8 pages. G. Schirmer #ST28217. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50274530).

Item Number: HL.50274530

9x12 inches. Key: C minor.

Sheet Music.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    momaccompanist
    Location:
    Middle Tennessee
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • May 03, 2011 Dramatic music to fit the lyrics.

    Purchased this so my daughter would have something fitting to sing when she visited my church on Easter. Told her it was a bit old-fashioned, but she loved the way the music fit the words in a very dramatic way. She'll do it again.

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  • 5

    Dave Tenor
    Location:
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 14, 2010 Best Easter Song Ever....

    I also remember hearing this song on an early Easter Sunrise Service when I was a kid. As a part of my church choir, we sang this song for years. Later in life, I sang this at various Easter Sunday Services. I've worked "power-point" pictures in large screens...

    , to compliment the wording. Usually I will have the reference in the Bible printed in the church bulletin. People love the picture references with this song.

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  • 5

    Susan E. Wood
    Location:
    Indianapolis, Indiana
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • March 05, 2008 Classically Dramatic Easter Solo

    I first heard "In the End of the Sabbath" over fifty years ago when my mother sang it in church on Easter Sunday. It still says "Easter" to me because it tells the story of Easter morning from the gospel and is very dramatic. It should be sung by someone...

    with a strong, beautiful voice and a dramatic flare. For my use this Easter, I added parts within the accompaniment chords for a trio (a soprano, an alto, and me) for our local church. When we sing on Easter, I will remember my mother who was born the year the song was written (1918) and my brother who was born the year the copyright was renewed (1945). It may be old music, but it is a classic - one that can be performed for many Easter Sundays to come.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Washington, DC
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • February 13, 2008 Enjoyable to sing

    My only quibble with the song is that it is advertised as being for a high voice; actually the range is from middle C to high G with an optional A-flat, which means a good mezzo-soprano could sing it. But the tessitura is comfortable, and the song is...

    musically and dramatically fun to sing.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    St. Louis, MO
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • April 17, 2007 Wonderful

    What a wonderful use of melody and piano accompaniment to illustrate one of the most moving moments in history. Mr. Speaks bring the events outside the empty tomb to life!

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