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Allyson Harasimowicz | The Treasure: A Musical of Love and Commitment

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The Treasure: A Musical of Love and Commitment

by Allyson Harasimowicz

A dynamic version of the ancient but beautiful Nativity Story, filled with current-style music as well as music that will transport you to Bible times..
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Overture
5:10 album only
2. The Wedding Day
4:00 album only
3. Life Brings Change
3:33 album only
4. Life Brings Change (Reprise)
3:48 album only
5. Life Brings Change (Second Reprise)
1:56 album only
6. Song of Goodbye
1:44 album only
7. When I Was a Child
3:00 album only
8. She Lied
2:36 album only
9. Did You Hear
3:08 album only
10. She Lied (Reprise)
2:07 album only
11. Joseph's Dream
2:36 album only
12. I Said Yes
3:06 album only
13. The Wedding Day (Reprise)
3:36 album only
14. Her Treasure
4:34 album only
15. Marketplace in Bethlehem
2:35 album only
16. The Life of a Shepherd
4:27 album only
17. He Waits for You
3:23 album only
18. Mary's Lullaby
2:30 album only
19. Infant Holy, A Father's Plea (Final Song)
6:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The Treasure Musical is a story for all ages. It is an ancient Christmas story and a modern-day Christmas Story all in one.

As we watch Mary rely on her faith and trust in God, we see a modern-day woman struggle with her faith and ultimately, through the love and prayers of others come to that same level of trust, even if it means being on her own. As we watch Joseph struggle with his own fears, we watch a modern-day man, caught up in his career and nightmares of his past, refuse to be vulnerable to his wife or God.

Through many encounters we witness the Nativity told through music and creative dialogue. We see a brotherhood form between shepherds in the field and friends in a local bar. We see sisters support each other through all and cousins love each other in the most difficult times. We see a man’s hardened heart soften through the words of a simple homeless man and finally watch him accept and appreciate his responsibilities of being a father.

The Treasure will leave you feeling inspired, encouraged and wanting the same level of faith as Mary, the same trust as Joseph and the same kindness and compassion of Elizabeth.

As we watch the decay of the importance of the strong family unit in our society today, The Treasure gives us all hope for our future by remembering our past.



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