By Acts 2 - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationEaster Song by Acts 2 - Digital Sheet Music
Easter Song digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
- Contains complete lyrics
- This product is available worldwide
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Piano: Advanced / Teacher
3/1/2008 4:45:47 PM
Might be better as an accompaniment than a solo
not a very imaginiative arrangement. Unless it is played an an extremely fast tempo it would be tedious to listen to....I don't love it.
Harp: Intermediate / Teacher
3/21/2016 12:18:21 PM
This arrangement was much too repetitive for me.
Piano: Advanced / Teacher
4/11/2016 2:23:42 PM
fun song, but the arrangement needs come corrections
This is written like the 2nd Chapter of Acts version of the song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmNVfP_TlPQ The accompaniment is written in the same style that they perform the song. It is a bit repetitive, as mention by other reviewers, but sounds fine when played at the tempo its meant to be played at. There are some errors in the music. In measure 9, while singers are holding "again" the accompaniment goes back/forth from C G, in the treble clef the notes written are clearly a G chord, but the guitar chord written states F. The chord sequence written to play while singers are holding "again" and "dead" is C G C G C F C. Other arrangement of the song Ive played do not have the F in that sequence and when I listen to 2nd chapter of acts version, it does not sound like they change chords. I think it sounds much better to keep the sequence as C G and not throw in an F chord. In the chorus ("Joy to the world" section) the accompaniment style changes, it has the running base that you can hear in the 2nd Chapter of Acts version, however there are 2 notes that clash badly, in m. 48 and m. 72, beat 3 (The last "Hes" Risen in the chorus). There is a B and G written in the bass that sounds horrible, when combined with the C in the treble, I changed the notes to G and F#. There is one other change I think would make the arrangement better and that is to change the inversions used for the chords in m. 51 - 58 and m. 75 - 82 (the last hallelujah, hallelujah in the chorus) the way its written its slightly awkward under the hand and is a bit challenging to do at the speed required, changing the inversions so Treble Clef C stays at the top note, makes it easier to play at high speeds and IMHO sounds better since the singers are singing Treble C.