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Products for Baptist Hymnal 1991 #14

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Organ Trombone Trumpet Tuba Timpani Sheet Music
Shipped by Hope Publishing
$59.95
Contains 48 well-known hymns scored for organ, two trumpets, two trombones with optional tuba and timpani parts.
Arrangment by Nelhybel, Vaclav
Song List--
Adeste Fideles
Battle Hymn…
Congregation Timpani Brass String Organ Medium Difficulty Thanksgiving
Shipped by MorningStar Music Publishers
$20.00
A rousing and stirring setting of Lobe den Herren for festival services as well as Harvest/Thanksgiving observances. A festive hymn setting for brass, timpani, opt. strings and organ. May be performed…
SATB Timpani Percussion Organ Brass Congregation Moderately Easy
Shipped by MorningStar Music Publishers
$1.95
This piece begins with trumpets and trombones heralding the familiar LOBE DEN HERREN tune. Hobby then features various mixtures of instruments and voices to layer the mood for each of the four stanzas…
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