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In Glad Adoration! (Seven Reproducible Hymn Tune Settings)

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Scored for Handchimes, Handbells

Level 2 • From the embracing strains of "Children of the Heavenly Father" to the energetic praise conveyed in "How Firm a Foundation," these highly useable and solidly scored selections feature a variety of moods and styles for every worship situation. We are confident that this volume will be a worthy addition to your library and a ready resource for music to uplift and lead your congregation. Church budgets will also appreciate the financial savings realized with the reproducible feature of this collection.

Voicing: HB 2-3(HC 2-3),Reproducible

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Anna Laura Page
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Instrumentation: Handbells Handchimes
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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