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God's Big Family

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Arranger Ruth Elaine Schram
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 30/2726L

Price: $24.95

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God's Big Family Arranged by Ruth Elaine Schram. For Unison 2 Part. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 30/2726L, UPC: 9781429125826)

In "God's Big Family," celebrated composer Ruth Elaine Schram has crafted a great resource for today's Christian children's choirs. Its six easy unison anthems are both fun and fun to sing and include optional second voice parts written in easy-to-teach formats such as echo, call and response, and partner song. With texts that serve the entire church year, each piece in this collection features a supportive and playable keyboard accompaniment. There are also optional parts for small percussion and body percussion that reinforce rhythmic acuity, and optional body motions and sign language provide beautiful visual appeal while developing gross motor skills. The corresponding reproducible narrations make these anthems perfect for worship, Sunday school and Christian school programs, and special fellowship events. The collection includes reproducible song sheets and (if purchased in this format; product code 30/2716L) an orchestrated Performance/Accompaniment CD.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A PERFECT ROSE  
ALL THINGS ARE NEW  
FOLLOW, LOVE, AND SERVE  
GOD'S BIG FAMILY  
HE WILL COME DOWN LIKE RAIN  
WE SING YOU OUR PRAISE  
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