Los Tres Reyes Mambo
Three Kings Mambo
arranged by Michael E. Ekbladh

Known as 'El Dia de Reyes' (Three Kings Day), this holiday represents the height of the Christmas season. The date marks the culmination of the twelve days of Christmas and commemorates the three Magi who “traveled from afar, bearing gifts” for the infant baby Jesus. Los Tres Reyes (The Three Kings) are celebrated across Central and South America as well as Caribbean nations.  Exciting and fun to sing, this arrangement (MEE06202017) for SATB choir, piano, upright bass, trumpets, trombone, and percussion (conga, claves, shakers, cowbell) is a great addition to your Advent/Christmas or Epiphany program.  Full score and parts sold separately (MEE06202017-FS) 

Come, Grace Divine
Venita MacGorman and Michael E. Ekbladh

Based on the tune “Kingsfold,” this versatile arrangement is written for 3-5 octaves of handbells (MEE02012018-HB; Level Three), two C instruments with optional drums (MEE02012018-PTS) and SATB Choir (MEE02012018-CS).  The text is from the Wesleyan hymn “Come, Let Us Use the Grace Divine.”  Each stanza of the hymn is given a different stylistic treatment with the second stanza set as an Irish dance.  This work can be used in a variety of configurations and can be for general use or as a rousing anthem for Pentecost Sunday.

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