In Him We Live (Cantata)
“In Him We Live” tells of Christ’s central role in the plan of salvation; His life, death and resurrection; and what these things mean to us. The program lasts about 65 minutes.
The program is voiced for SSAATTBB, accompanied by piano, organ (required) and two flutes (also required). There are solo parts for one or more soprano; one or more tenor/high baritone; and one child (optional).
Please note that none of the instruments in this program is optional.
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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.
In Him We Live
Shout for Joy, Ye Sons of God
Our Birth is but a Sleep
Come and Save Me, Oh My Shepherd
What Sound Upon the Midnight Air?
Interlude: Where Lies the Lord?
There Within a Stable*
Look On Him and Live
Interlude: Look Upon the Son of God
Behold the Man
Interlude: Weep For Joy
In the Silent Garden
Because He Lives* (Duet; the SATB version may be substituted if you like)
Come, Lord Jesus
In Him We Live
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First time commenting but use your music often, thank you! Would you please recommend which of the selections from ‘In Him, We Live’ could be used for a Sacrament meeting Christmas program?
Also, how does one download a complete cantata with narration and interludes, etc., from your website?
Thank you again so much for sharing your amazing talent and music with us!
Carol, the Christmas selections in this program are “What Sound Upon the Midnight Air?” and “There Within a Stable.” Either one would be appropriate for a Sacrament meeting. “What Sound…” is meant for a large choir with some musical skill, so it may or may not work for your particular group. “There Within…” is voiced only for SSAA or solo.
To download the entire cantata, just use the links above.