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How Beautiful

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Arranger Lloyd Larson
Publisher Hope Publishing Co
Catalog # 8526

Price: $5.95

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How Beautiful Arranged by Lloyd Larson. For Medium. Published by Hope Publishing Co. (Catalog # 8526, UPC: 763628185268)

This exquisite ballad by Twila Paris has been set by arranger Lloyd Larson in a new 2-part mixed setting with a new 3-5 octave handbell accompaniment (compa tible with all voicings). With both Lenten and communion themes, this best-sel ling arrangement is a useful reflection for a variety of occasions. The origin al, lush orchestration by Mark Kellner is also available. This includes a Con ductor's Score and parts for: Flute, Oboe, 2 Horns, Percussion, Timpany, Harp, Violin 1 & 2, Viola, Cello, Bass, and Rhythm (Guitar & Electric Bass).

New for 2012, Lloyd offers a dramatic new vocal solo (medium voice) setting of this popular song. This piece is also included in Lloyd s extensive collec tion of vocal solos, The Essential Collection for the Church Soloist (# 8508).

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