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I Stand All Amazed (Cantata)

This hour-long (approximately) cantata tells of Christ’s ministry, the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the last supper, His agony in Gethsemane and subsequent crucifixion, and His resurrection from the dead.

The entire cantata could be performed using just the SATB/piano score, but the contributions of the organ, flutes and violins would definitely be missed. The full score is a long, cumbersome thing–you probably won’t want to conduct from it.

My recommendation for presenting this cantata is to use a couple of flutes and three or more violins. (I know, I know… just pull them out of a hat or something?) In conjunction with the organ, it provides a full, orchestra-like sound with just a few instruments.

List of Songs Included in the Program

The titles included in the cantata are listed below. Linked titles are available separately. If a title is not linked, it is only available by downloading the complete program. A few titles have audio demos available–they are marked with a “*”. The performers’ interpretations may differ from the printed score.

Who Is This Man?
I Stand All Amazed (Intro)
I Come to Him*
Hosanna
The Greatest Among Us*
Oh Strengthen Me
Gethsemane*
The Price Of Mercy
I Stand All Amazed (interlude)
Come and See
The Resurrection and the Life
The Shepherd of My Soul*
I Stand All Amazed

2 Comments

  1. Jerson

    is there Demo tracks for this cantata album?

    Reply
  2. ChristianSing

    Thank you so much for being a blessing to this generation.
    We(ChristianSing Nigeria) have used some of your arrangements in our services and will use “I stand Amazed” during the Easter 2016 service
    God bless you.

    Reply

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