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Christ Arose (Low in the Grave He Lay)
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Presentation on theme: "1. Download ppt "1. Welcome and Prayer Pastor Groover. The reason for this song is the hope and strength of our Faith today, for if Christ had not arose from the dead, we would not have been believers today.
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I love this hymn, and also I celebrate the composer, may God honour him. What a man! Our Saviour Christ Jesus gave Himself over to death.
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Text Piano Guitar. Comment Your Name. Your Comment. Cancel Comment. May 26 Chris Abraham Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He arose! When William Bradbury, another well known gospel song writer, died, Lowry was selected by the Biglow Publishing Company in to be its music editor.
In this capacity he published more than 20 Sunday school songbooks. Pure Gold , considered to be his most successful publication, sold more than 1,, copies. From that point it appeared in a number of 19th-century British and American hymnals. Lowry found himself seated at the little pump organ in the parlor of his home, and, in a very spontaneous fashion, there came forth the music and the words, giving expression to the thoughts that had been uppermost in his mind.
The centerpiece of the song is the textual and musical contrast between the stanzas and the refrain. The dirge-like stanzas in block chords with a melody that plods in a step-wise fashion give way to a rhythmic refrain that surges up like a trumpet blast.