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Fingerpicking Christian

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc 15 Songs
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Grade Adv
Catalog # 00701076

Price: $7.99

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Product Description

Fingerpicking Christian For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00701076, UPC: 884088351373)

15 songs arranged for solo guitar in standard notation & tab: Be Still and Know · El Shaddai · His Strength Is Perfect · Holy Is the Lord · How Beautiful · Listen to Our Hearts · Only Hope · People Need the Lord · Sea of Faces · This Is Your Time · Thy Word · Via Dolorosa · Where There Is Faith · Who Am I · Your Grace Still Amazes Me.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BE STILL AND KNOW Digital Delivery
EL SHADDAI  
HIS STRENGTH IS PERFECT Digital Delivery
HOLY IS THE LORD Digital Delivery
HOW BEAUTIFUL Digital Delivery
LISTEN TO OUR HEARTS Digital Delivery
ONLY HOPE Digital Delivery
PEOPLE NEED THE LORD Digital Delivery
SEA OF FACES Digital Delivery
THIS IS YOUR TIME Digital Delivery
THY WORD Digital Delivery
VIA DOLOROSA Digital Delivery
WHERE THERE IS FAITH Digital Delivery
WHO AM I Digital Delivery
YOUR GRACE STILL AMAZES ME Digital Delivery

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