W.A. Mozart, Hal H Hopson
Written in 1799, this classic is an excellent example of Hopson's artfully-crafted transcriptions and revoicings of works from master composers. Well within the vocal and musical capabilities of most choirs, this gladsome Easter anthem is mostly homophonic and the final Alleluias are exhilarating.
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