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Abide With Us

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Artistic Lenten Hymn Sett
Composer Robert Hebble
Arranger Robert Hebble
Publisher The Sacred Music Press
Grade 3
Catalog # 70/1631S

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Abide With Us Composed by Robert Hebble. Arranged by Robert Hebble. For Organ Folio. Published by The Sacred Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1631S, UPC: 9780893288716)

Lent is a season of preparation and repentance during which we anticipate Good Friday and Easter. Just as we carefully prepare for big events in our personal lives, Lent invites us to make our hearts ready for remembering Jesus' passion and the celebration of his resurrection. Mr. Hebble has taken six familiar hymns appropriate for the Lenten season, and wrapped them in striking musical colors and harmonies, with each setting artfully displaying this composer's highly individualistic style and craftsmanship.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BENEATH THE CROSS OF JESUS HEBBLE, ROBERT MAKER, FREDERICK C  
DEAR LORD AND FATHER OF MANKIND HEBBLE, ROBERT MAKER, FREDERICK C  
FAIREST LORD JESUS HEBBLE, ROBERT STORRS WILLIS, R  
MORE LOVE TO THEE O CHRIST HEBBLE, ROBERT DOANE, WILLIAM H  
TAKE MY LIFE AND LET IT BE CONSECRATED HEBBLE, ROBERT KNECHT, JUSTIN H  
WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS HEBBLE, ROBERT CONVERSE, CHARLES C  

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