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Everlasting Light

By Lloyd Larson

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SAB choir and piano
Composed by Lloyd Larson, Jay Rouse, Mary McDonald, and Larry Shackley. Choral, cantatas. Advent, Christmas, Sacred. Choral score. Lorenz Publishing Company #65/2103L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.65-2103L).

Item Number: LO.65-2103L

ISBN 9780787767044.

From the collaborative efforts of Lloyd Larson, Mary McDonald, Jay Rouse, and Larry Shackley, "Everlasting Light" showcases the profound significance of the light of Christ come to earth. An insightful narration by Rose Aspinall incorporates scripture and personal reflection to tie together the compelling combination of powerful original music and beloved carols. Mary McDonald's celebratory opener, "Everlasting Light," acts as the cornerstone of the work. Larry Shackley's "Longing for the Light" beautifully portrays a yearning for restoration; Jay Rouse offers a stirring original song with words inspired by Mary's Songs of Praise found in Luke 1:44-56; and Lloyd Larson's "Shepherds and Angels" adds rhythmic and joyful energy. The work concludes with a robust medley of carols that points back to the opening song: "He is the Light, Everlasting Light; born a Savior, born this night. He is the One, the Everlasting Son; Child of heaven, He is the Light!".

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  • December 06, 2019 very poor composition

    Please save your money on this poorly written piece of music. It is formulaic as evidenced by the composers using note modulations instead of actually creating a worthwhile melody. The overture uses parts of familiar carols by the carols do not reprise in the body of this mishmash of music...

    . The even borrow from The Messiah to somehow give this cantata musical weight. It would be a shame to perform this for your congregation when there is so much good advent and Christmas available.

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