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The Cross Before Me (Flexible Piano Medleys for Worship and Communion Services)

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Faye López made her debut in the Lorenz catalog with "Walk Worthy" (70/1742L), and you responded so positively that we asked her to put together another book of hymn arrangements focusing on the cross of Christ. Her response is this glowing collection of flexible medleys based on beloved hymns and Gospel songs. Each title offers multiple stop and start points, which makes this an indispensable book for the varying demands of Communion or Holy Week services. Best of all, these pieces are easy to prepare as well as creative and musically satisfying.

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Season: Lent
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