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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Minor/Shaw
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100409

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Favorite Hymns Composed by Minor/Shaw. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100409, UPC: 073999004090)

21 well-known hymns, including: Ave Maria · Bringing in the Sheaves · Come, Thou Almighty King · God of Our Fathers · Holy, Holy, Holy · Jesus Loves Me! This I Know · A Mighty Fortress Is Our God · My Faith Looks Up to Thee · The Old 100th Psalm · The Rosary · Stand Up! Stand Up for Jesus.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVE MARIA  
BE STILL MY SOUL  
BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES MINOR/SHAW  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY (LYRA DAV  
CHURCH IN THE WILDWOOD,THE PITTS,WILLIAM S  
COME THOU ALMIGHTY KING DE GIARDINI,F  
GOD OF OUR FATHERS  
HOLY GOD WE PRAISE THY NAME  
HOLY HOLY HOLY  
I LOVE THY KINGDOM LORD  
JESUS LOVES ME  
MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD,A  
MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE MASON  
NOBODY KNOWS THE TROUBLE I'VE SEEN  
NOW THANK WE ALL OUR GOD CRUGER,J  
OLD 100TH PSALM,THE  
PRAISE TO THE LORD THE ALMIGHTY  
PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING  
ROSARY,THE  
STAND UP STAND UP FOR JESUS  
SWEET HOUR OF PRAYER BRADBURY/WALFORD  

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