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Heroes of The Faith

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Voicing/Format Conductor
Desc Bg0960
Composer Williams/Martin
Publisher Fred Bock Music Co.
Series Fred Bock Publications
Catalog # 08739020

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

Heroes of The Faith Composed by Williams/Martin. For Conductor. Published by Fred Bock Music Co.. (Catalog # 08739020, UPC: 073999390209)

Heroes of the Faith is a unique field trip. Biblical characters come to life to teach modern day children how to become heroes. The children learn lessons of faith when they discover David, Deborah, Elijah and Moses while touring a museum exhibition. These Bible heroes tell about their exciting adventures and how ordinary people become extraordinary heroes who can change the world - or at least their world - when they listen and follow God's command. Available separately: Accompanist/Director's Edition, Singer's Edition 5-Pak, Preview Pack (CD),Preview CD, CD 10-Pak, Accompaniment/Split Track CD. Performance Time: 40 minutes. Grades 1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DEBORAH  
ELIJAH  
GOLIATH  
HERO OF THE FAITH  
HERO OF THE FAITH REPRISE  
I AM HIS LAMB  
MOSES LED HIS PEOPLE  
MOST HIGH GOD,THE  
WHEN I TURN MY HEART TO HEAVEN  

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