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Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs

Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Jon Mohr
Artist Steven Curt Chapman
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Finger Style Guitar
Catalog # 00699309
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Contemporary Christian Wedding Songs Composed by Jon Mohr. Performed by Steven Curt Chapman. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699309, UPC: 073999993097)

Fingerstyle arrangements in notes and tab for 15 sacred favorites perfect to p lay at weddings: Cherish the Treasure * Commitment Song * Go There with You * God Causes All Things to Grow * Household of Faith * How Beautiful * I Will Be Here * The Language of Jesus Is Love * Love Will Be Our Home * Parent's Praye r (Let Go of Two) * Seekers of Your Heart * This Is the Day (A Wedding Song) * This Very Day * The Wedding * Where There Is Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHERISH THE TREASURE MOHR,JON  
COMMITMENT SONG MACHEN/STERLING  
GO THERE WITH YOU CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
GOD CAUSES ALL THINGS TO GROW GREEN/CHAPMAN GREEN/CHAPMAN  
HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH LAMB/ROSASCO  
HOW BEAUTIFUL PARIS,TWILA  
I WILL BE HERE CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
LANGUAGE OF JESUS IS LOVE,THE NELSON/NAISH/MCHUGH/  
LOVE WILL BE OUR HOME CHAPMAN,STEVEN CURT  
PARENT'S PRAYER (LET GO OF TWO) DAVIS,GREG  
SEEKERS OF YOUR HEART DARNALL/TUNNEY/TUNNE  
THIS IS THE DAY (A WEDDING SONG) BROWN,SCOTT WESLEY  
THIS VERY DAY ELLIOTT/OVERSTREET  
WEDDING,THE CARD,MICHAEL  
WHERE THERE IS LOVE NELSON/MCHUGH  

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