New Music – Mystery of Faith

This is the piano accompaniment for a liturgical song I call Mystery of Faith. The piano is about as simple as it can be (never are there more than 2 notes playing at the same time), but I think it stands reasonably well on its own. If it were sung, the lyrics would be

Christ has died.
Christ is risen.
Christ will come again.

Grace and peace to you…

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