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O Love, How Deep (Expressive Piano Solos for Holy Week)

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Level 3 • For many church pianists, it's a challenge to find fresh musical expressions for the important days between Palm Sunday and Easter. Well-known handbell arranger William Ringham offers this one-volume answer to that dilemma. You'll find familiar titles, to be sure, but what sets this book apart are lesser-known, wonderfully effective songs such as William Billings's "When Jesus Wept" or the spiritual "Jesus, My All, To Heaven Has Gone." Beautiful piano sonorities and innovative harmonies make it a collection that you will revisit again and again.

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Season: Lent
Instrumentation: Piano
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