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Peace, Peace, Peace, with O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (Choral Octavo) (SAB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-30506 Traditional Austrian Melody, words by Ken Bible / arr. Richard Kingsmore
Peace, Peace, Peace


 
Peace, Peace, Peace, with O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (Choral Octavo) (SAB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-30506 Traditional Austrian Melody, words by Ken Bible / arr. Richard Kingsmore

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Peace, Peace, Peace, with O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (Choral Octavo) (SAB) (Choir), Sacred, #YL00-30506 : Traditional Austrian Melody, words by Ken Bible / arr. Richard Kingsmore : Choral Octavo : Choral Octavo : Sacred : Alfred Church Choral Series : Level 3 : with O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
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Peace, Peace, Peace is a stunningly beautiful anthem for the Advent season. After a mysterious opening using the ancient hymn, O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, it transitions to the hopeful promise, 'Peace, peace, peace-the gift of Christ is peace.' What a fitting addition to your Advent service.

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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 00-30506
Product Code YL00-30506
UPC Code38081328621
Voicing DescriptionSAB
Grade Description(L3)

Ken Bible : Lyricist
Richard Kingsmore : Arranger


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Title:         Peace; Peace; Peace
Artist:     Ken Bible (composer)

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