David C. Hewitt
JERUSALEM (HYMN)
By: David C. Hewitt
Catalog ID: 430239   Duration: 3:00   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 80   Vocal: Mixed Vocals
Genre: Dramatic Music | Heartwarming uplifting music
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'AND DID THOSE FEET IN ANCIENT TIME' The classic Jerusalem arranged for choir and orchestra. Subtle church organ intro soon opens out into a large arrangement for voices & strings with an epic climax. Suitable for religious programming and film work. Salvation Remembrance Funeral Service/Religion.   Keywords: Ecclesiastical Theology Choirs Cathedral Priest Clergy Sacrament Transubstantiation Catechism Olympics Prayer Hymns Congregation Holy Sacred Jesus God Faith



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Long Description: Jerusalem Hymn, Dramatic Music, Heartwarming Music, flash music, royalty free music and world music

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