Alex Guebert’s exquisite "Redemption" beautifully portrays the scene of a Hebrew woman in exile, soothing her child with a lullaby. Unable to ignore her soul’s plea for the promised Messiah, the lullaby gives way to the strains of "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel". Reflecting the urgent cries of the people, the phrase 'Rejoice! Rejoice!' resounds as a loud refrain. As the promised one arrives, another lullaby is heard. The two editions, one for 3 octaves and one for 4-7 octaves, are not identical but may be played together. 70 measures written with one flat, alternating between major and minor modes.