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Cello Keyboard Medium Difficulty Sheet Music
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Five well-known hymns are set here in simple, pleasing style by Wilbur Held. The keyboard part works comfortably on either piano or organ, and the cello part will transfer easily, with a few adjustmen…
Handbells Sheet Music
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Eight of today's most beloved hymn tunes will send your soul soaring in this collection of easy-to-ring settings for beginning handbell or handchime choirs. Just like the title says, each piece is "s…
SATB Sheet Music
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Based on words from the Old and New Testaments this processional hymn was originally written for a choir festival in the 19th century. Here Marty Parks sets the familiar words to the sturdy Hebrew mel…
SATB Sheet Music
File download from Hope Publishing
$2.20
Based on words from the Old and New Testaments this processional hymn was originally written for a choir festival in the 19th century. Here Marty Parks sets the familiar words to the sturdy Hebrew mel…
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