I wrote this piece in 1998, but only recently managed to fully transcribe it.
It roughly covers the themes of God's holy days described in Leviticus 23.
I wrote this on the evening of the "Night to Be Much Observed" (Exodus 12:42) in 1998. We celebrate this on the evening that begins the Feast of Unleavened Bread. It commemorates the Israelites being miraculously rescued out of slavery in Egypt by the might of God. Of course this symbolises God spiritually rescuing each of us from sin. All the holy days symbolise a step in God's plan for saving humanity from sin and turning us all to righteousness, so we can live forever as spirit beings, children of God in His family, living in peace forever.
You may freely distribute and perform this piece.
The sheet music was created using Lilypond. The music is available here as PDFs as well as the original Lilypond source files.
|Full Sheet Music
|Sheet Music (C) PDF
|Sheet Music (D♭) PDF
|Sheet Music (D) PDF
|Vocals and Chords
|Vocals and Chords (C) PDF
| Vocals and Chords (D♭) PDF
| Vocals and Chords (D) PDF
|Vocal Harmony Sections
| Harmony (C) PDF
|Harmony (D♭) PDF
|Harmony (D) PDF
The audio is available in the form of MP3 files.
These are all stereo, 128 kbps. The are some audio artifacts, which are due to noise-reduction not MP3 encoding. Sorry about that - I would have to re-record them from scratch, which is a project I'd love to do but I'm unlikely to get to soon. I trust they are still to the praise of God.
Practice Audio Files
These are all in the key of C. They're low-quality MP3 files.
|Verse 4b Alto
|Verse 4b Tenor
|Verse 4b Bass