Christ Arose (2 Pianos, 4 Hands Duet)
Piano Duet, for 2 Pianos, 4 Hands Duet - Intermediate
Composed by Robert Lowry. Arranged by Sharon Wilson. Christian, Gospel, Sacred, Praise & Worship, Easter. Score, Set of Parts. 14 pages. Published by Sharon Wilson (S0.294039).
Item Number: S0.294039
This arrangement of the favorite Easter hymn “Christ Arose” (also known as “Low in the Grave He Lay”) by Robert Lowry is presented here as a two pianos, four hands duet. The melody alternates between the two pianos throughout. Upbeat and bright, this piano duet will encourage listeners as they are reminded of the joyful lyrics: “He arose a victor…Hallelujah! Christ arose.”
The purchase price includes the 7-page score with combined PIANO 1 and PIANO 2 parts on each page plus an alternate format with each piano part on separate pages (3 pages each). Duration is just over 2 minutes.
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