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Gifts of the Magi (Choral Octavo) (SATB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-26469 Words by William C. Dix, music by Lloyd Larson
Gifts of the Magi


 
Gifts of the Magi (Choral Octavo) (SATB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-26469 Words by William C. Dix, music by Lloyd Larson

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Gifts of the Magi (Choral Octavo) (SATB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-26469 : Words by William C. Dix, music by Lloyd Larson : Choral Octavo : Choral Octavo : Sacred : Alfred Church Choral Series : Level 3
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Incorporating the enduring text from William Dix, As with Gladness, Men of Old, Lloyd Larson creates a dramatic telling of the magi's journey to see the Christ Child. With optional narration, flute and percussion, and available in multiple voicings, this is perfect for Epiphany and the Christmas season, worship or concert.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Choral Octavo
Instrument Choir
Genre Sacred
Category Choral Octavo
Level Level 3
Pages12
Shipping Weight0.06   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 00-26469
Product Code YL00-26469
UPC Code38081298795
Voicing DescriptionSATB
Grade Description(L3)

William C. Dix : Lyricist
Lloyd Larson : Composer

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