One Solitary Life - Christmas Musical by Phil and Lynne Brower | Music | Folksongs and Anthems

One Solitary Life - Christmas Musical by Phil and Lynne Brower

One Solitary Life - Christmas Musical by Phil and Lynne Brower PLB-OSL Instant Download Price
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"ONE SOLITARY LIFE"... Two thousand years ago, a Man was born contrary to the laws of nature. He was raised in obscurity yet reared in dignity... The child of a peasant woman and a carpenter man. He was neither wealthy nor influential, yet his humble birth threatened a mighty king. He had no formal education or training, yet as a man He astounded physicians and challenged the wisest of men. Today, He remains the central figure of human history, a timeless mystery of love. "Of all of the armies that ever marched, of all the navies that ever sailed, of all the kings that have reigned," all the powers ordained of this world "together, have never affected, have never touched the life of man on this earth as much as has that ONE SOLITARY LIFE."



This package includes unlimited copies of the complete SATB musical "One Solitary Life" written by Phil and Lynne Brower and arranged by J. Daniel Smith.


Included are immediate downloads of the SATB piano vocal scores (pdf), accompaniment track (mp3), and listening tracks (mp3) for all titles in the presentation. The purchaser of this package is entitled to unlimited copies for his or her own use.


Orchestrations are not included in this package, but may be purchased separately. Please contact us if you are interested in acquiring these.


Visit our Great Stuff Music Company website to listen to sample audio from "One Solitary Life." Check out our other non-seasonal, Christmas, Easter, patriotic, and music for children by Phil and Lynne Brower, as well as big band/gospel by Chris Hansen and acappella by Derric Johnson.

"ONE SOLITARY LIFE"... Two thousand years ago, a Man was born contrary to the laws of nature. He was raised in obscurity yet reared in dignity... The child of a peasant woman and a carpenter man. He was neither wealthy nor influential, yet his humble
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