Michael Hurd. An enormously fun pop cantata for narrator, unison voices (with divisions) and easy piano with guitar chord symbols. The work is divided into six sections opening with a lively description of Samson himself. It explains his enormous strength and outlines his prowess on the field of battle. Highlights of the cantata include the scene in a barber’s shop, with a background of snipping scissors. This is followed by a splendid music-hall song in which the whole audience can join! The finale describes the Philistine’s party - set as a square dance - at the end of which Samson pulls down the whole building! 10 mins.