A Modern Oratorio
The Story of God's Passion for His People
Composed by Greg Nelson & Bob Farrell
Arranged by David Hamilton & Ronn Huff
Songwriters and producers Greg Nelson and Bob Farrell have collaborated on a masterful work to create a message and music with great passion and great truth. Arranged for choir and soloists, Saviour has a classic sound that combines elements of inspirational, pop and traditional styles. The arrangements are powerful and provocative, the orchestrations majestic and awe-inspiring.
Quick OverviewChoral Book
Word Choral Club - Spring 1995
Difficulty: Moderately Advanced
Length: 60 min.
Release Date: April 07, 1995
- Song Titles
Song TitlesCreation Overture Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellIn the Beginning Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellMy Heart Belongs to You Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellWhere Are You, Adam? Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellThe Promised Land Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellInterlude Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellKings of the Earth Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellRose of Sharon
with My Heart Belongs to You Greg Nelson, Bob Farrell
Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellWe Need a Savior Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellRecitative Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellMan of Sorrows
with We Need a Savior Greg Nelson, Bob Farrell
Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellCross of Love Bob Farrell, Greg NelsonSo Shall We Live Greg Nelson, Bob FarrellFor All These Things Greg Nelson, Bob Farrell
- At a Glance
The original recording Saviour was released on Warner Alliance records. Performance/demo recordings are not available from Word Music.
Complete orchestrations are available only on an authorized performance basis, and are not available from Word Music or your music supplier. For information about an authorized orchestral performance of this work, contact Bob Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Clip Art
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Review by Pastor Gary
I've been a Pastoral Musician for 34 years now. Done many, many cantatas and anthems. But this is, bar none, the greatest and most moving "sung story" I've ever come across. It is absolutely stunning and moves me every time I hear it.
(Posted on 4/14/14)