Virillion Music Releases “The Savior’s Star” Sheet Music

Original composition by Marc Hoffman is now available.

December 15, 2010 (CHARLOTTE, NC) – Virillion Music, a music publisher based in the Charlotte, NC region, has just released the sheet music for a new Christmas song, “The Savior’s Star.”

Composer Marc Hoffman of Virillion Music.

Written by composer/pianist Marc Hoffman (words and music), “The Savior’s Star” tells the story of the Star of Bethlehem’s role in leading the shepherds and wise men to the Nativity. Words include:

“The light that shined for all to see led to the Savior sent for me.”

The sheet music is scored for soloist, or unison or two-part adult or children’s choir performances. It is available in all keys for piano accompaniment and optional flute.

For information on Virillion Music, Marc Hoffman, and how to order “The Savior’s Star” ($4.95), visit www.marchoffman.com.

 

About Virillion Music:

 

Virillion Music, a music publisher based in the Charlotte, NC area, has been the home of composer, songwriter, and recording artist Marc Hoffman since 1990. Through Virillion Music, Hoffman has published recordings, scores and sheet music of film, concert, jazz, sacred choir, pop, and piano works. Through publishing, recordings and live performances, Virillion Music strives to meet the needs of all facets of the music industry. Virillion published its first book, Sleep, Little Child, in 2010. The book is based on an original lullaby by Marc and includes a CD of the artist performing the song, both vocally and instrumental-only. This is the first of a series of “…Little Child” picture books with accompanying CDs Virillion Music intends to publish in the future.

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