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Piano Violin Medium Difficulty Sheet Music
Shipped by Hope Publishing
$19.95
These setting for violin and keyboard provide a variety of styles and moods for use in worship services, wedding and funerals. The arrangements utilize mostly first and third positions and may be used…
Piano Violin Easter
Shipped by Lorenz Publishing
$24.95
Hymn Settings for Solo Violin and Piano

These inspirational hymn settings are a welcome resource from this talented mother-daughter writing team. Whether for prelude, offertory, postlude or special…
Organ Trombone Trumpet Tuba Timpani Sheet Music
Shipped by Hope Publishing
$50.00
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…
Organ Brass Congregation SATB Timpani Moderately Easy Christ the King
Shipped by MorningStar Music Publishers
$1.75
A festive concertato on the hymn tune Darwall's 148th. "Rejoice the Lord Is King" features exciting writing for organ, instruments, and choir. The piece begins with a joyous fanfare and ends with opti…
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