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17 Contemporary Christian Hits Vol 4
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17 Contemporary Christian Hits Vol 4

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Desc 4575712837
Composer Gibb/Saber/Vedder/Ma
Arranger David Thibodeaux
Artist Avalon
Publisher Brentwood Music
Series Songbooks And Folios
Catalog # 75712837

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17 Contemporary Christian Hits Vol 4 Composed by Gibb/Saber/Vedder/Ma. Arranged by David Thibodeaux. Performed by Avalon. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Brentwood Music. (Catalog # 75712837, UPC: 645757128371)

17 ready-to-play arrangements of great hits, including: Cry Out to Jesus * Fri end of God * How Great Is Our God * Voice of Truth * and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADONAI AVALON FERRO/KOCK/LEWIS  
ALIVE GIBB/SABER/VEDDER/MA  
BACK IN HIS ARMS AGAIN EATON/SCHULTZ  
CRY OUT TO JESUS THIRD DAY ANDERSON/AVERY/CARR/  
FRIEND OF GOD GUNGOR/HOUGHTON  
HOLY IS THE LORD  
HOLY IS YOUR NAME BELL/DAY  
HOMESICK MERCYME/VINES MILLARD/NICHOLLS/WIL  
HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD CASH/REEVES/TOMLIN  
LIFESONG CASTING CROWNS HALL,MARK  
MY SAVIOR MY GOD SHUST,AARON  
OTHER SIDE OF THE RADIO,THE RICE,CHRIS  
SERIOUS  
STRONG TOWER NEWSBOYS FURLER/TAYLOR  
VOICE OF TRUTH CHAPMAN/HALL  
WAIT FOR ME ST. JAMES,REBECCA ST. JAMES,REBECCA  
WALK BY FAITH CAMP,JEREMY  

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