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Bock's Best Friends

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Bg0967
Composer Williams
Arranger Fred Bock
Publisher Fred Bock Music Co.
Series Piano Solo Songbook
Catalog # 00310636

Price: $18.95

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Product Description

Bock's Best Friends Composed by Williams. Arranged by Fred Bock. For Piano Folio. Published by Fred Bock Music Co.. (Catalog # 00310636, UPC: 073999547184)

Bock's Best series is one of the best sacred piano series of all time. How fitting that Fred Bock's keyboard colleagues would pay tribute to Fred by arranging their own favorite hymns in his honor. Featuring such renowned pianists as Mark Hayes, Ovid Young, Jan Sanborn, Kurt Kaiser and Ken Medema - plus nine more - this collection is a great tribute to their friend, Fred, and includes their own special remembrances of him.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL CREATURES OF OUR GOD AND KING BOCK,FRED FRANCIS OF ASSISI/DR  
ALL CREATURES OF OUR GOD AND KING KIRCHE  
AMAZING GRACE  
COME DOWN O LOVE DIVINE WILLIAMS  
FAIREST LORD JESUS  
FINALLY HOME WYRTZEN  
I SURRENDER ALL WEEDEN,WINFIELD S  
JESUS IS ALL THE WORLD TO ME THOMPSON  
LIKE A RIVER GLORIOUS MOUNTAIN,J  
MAY JESUS CHRIST BE PRAISED BARNBY  
MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD,A LUTHER  
OUR GREAT SAVIOR PRICHARD  
REJOICE THE LORD IS KING DARWALL  
SIMPLE GIFTS  
WHEN I SURVEY THE WOND'ROUS CROSS BOCK,FRED MASON  
WHEN I SURVEY THE WONDROUS CROSS MASON  

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