Choral Choir,Choral (SATB) - Level 2 - Digital Download
By Paul M. Osborne. By Paul M. Osborne. Arranged by Paul M. Osborne. A Cappella,Advent,Holiday,Sacred,Traditional. 4 pages. Paul M Osborne #877112. Published by Paul M Osborne (A0.1285989).
A classic arrangement of a well-known chant melody, "Veni, Veni Immanuel" ("O Come, O Come, Emmanuel") is perfect for beginner to intermediate mixed choirs, or church choirs looking for a familiar Advent hymn for service music. Features 3 verses of original Latin text, with growing intensity/complexity with each verse.
Voicing: SATB a cappella
Paul Osborne is a choral director, tenor soloist, and composer/arranger from California's Central Coast. He received his degree at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, where he studied choral conducting with René Clausen. He serves as Chorus Master for Opera San Luis Obispo and Central Coast Gilbert and Sullivan, is the founder and director of Resonance Vocal Ensemble, and is the former choral director at San Luis Obispo High School. He has been a passionate composer and arranger of choral music for over 20 years.
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