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Favorite Wedding Classics For Solo Singe

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Medium High
Composer Beethoven
Arranger Patrick Liebergen
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 19898

Price: $12.99

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Favorite Wedding Classics For Solo Singe Composed by Beethoven. Arranged by Patrick Liebergen. For Medium High. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 19898, UPC: 038081189499)

Favorite Wedding Classics for Solo Singers features arrangements of nine beloved masterworks representing a wide variety of eras and styles, and some of history's best-loved composers. This inspired collection includes solo arrangements of popular favorites not found previously in other wedding collections. It offers information about each composer and his work, as well as foreign language pronunciation guides. Four songs include optional trumpet or flute obbligato (parts included). Available in both medium high and medium low voicings, with or without CD recordings of the accompaniments.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVE MARIA BACH/GOUNOD  
AVE MARIA SCHUBERT, F.  
HOLY HOLY HOLY SCHUBERT, F.  
JESU JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING BACH, J.S.  
JOYFUL JOYFUL WE ADORE THEE BEETHOVEN, L.V.  
O PERFECT LOVE BARNBY, J.  
PACHELBEL'S CANON OF PEACE PACHELBEL, J.  
SING ALLELUIA! HANDEL, G.F.  
THE LORD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU LUTKIN, P.  

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