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Start At The Manger
...Then Go to the Cross
A Musical for Christmas
Created by David Guthrie
Vocals Arranged by Dave Williamson
Styled after such memorable projects as Mary, Did You Know? and Written in Red, David Guthrie and Dave Williamson have crafted another powerful project accessible to choirs of all sizes. Using proven songs your congregation will know and love, Start at the Manger does not require soloists, special staging or drama to tell the Christmas story simply, in all of its power.
With its short preparation and performance times, Start at the Manger will bring the hearts of your congregation back to Bethlehem's manger...and on to the cross.
Quick OverviewChoral Book
Word Choral Club - Christmas 2001
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Length: 36 m in.
Release Date: May 01, 2001
- Song Titles
Song TitlesLog in to previewLittle Town
with Emmanuel Phillips Brooks, Chris Eaton
Michael W. SmithLog in to previewOne Amazing Night Claire Cloninger, Robert SterlingLog in to previewThe Night that Christ Was Born Kirk FranklinLog in to previewWe Have Come to Worship John Chisum, George SearcyLog in to previewCome as a Child
with Away in a Manger
and What Can I Give Him? Cloninger, Rodgers, Wyse
unknown, James R. Murray
Christina Rosetti, Don CasonLog in to previewO Little Town of Bethlehem Phillip Brooks, Lewis H. RednerLog in to previewNot That Far from Bethlehem Borders, Borders, AlexanderLog in to previewStart at the Manger Deborah Craig-Claar, Robert SterlingLog in to previewCarol Medley
with Joy to the World!
and O Come, All Ye Faithful (medley)
Isaac Watts, George Frederick Handel
Latin hymn, John Francis Wade
- At a Glance
flute 1, 2; oboe; clarinet; horn 1, 2; horn 3; trumpet 1, 2; trumpet 3; trombone 1, 2; trombone 3/tuba; percussion; *violin; *viola; cello/bassoon; arco bass; rhythm; harp; string reduction (*simplified parts included)
ADDITIONAL PARTS: bass clarinet (doubles tuba); alto sax (doubles horn); tenor sax/baritone T.C. (doubles trombone 1, 2)
- Clip Art
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