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Hymns Primer

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Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Noona Young Pianist
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # KM100

Price: $6.95

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Product Description

Hymns Primer Composed by Noona Young Pianist. For Piano. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # KM100)

The fresh and creative Allegis Orchestral Series is designed to give small t o mid-sized churches an instrumental resource that can be played with a mix of players, but includes everything the large church orchestra needs, as well. T hese moderately difficult hymn arrangements have been created in popular style s that your instrumentalists and congregation alike with love. With three acco mpaniment options (piano, live rhythm section, or recorded rhythm tracks) this series fits the needs of any size group, from eight players to a full orchest ra. Everything you need for practice and performance is included on the Enha nced CD: printable instrumental parts, optional instrumental parts, capo guita r parts, and rhythm/piano accompaniment, plus the rhythm accompaniment track a nd demonstration track. Minimum Instrumentation: Part 1 – Fl; Part 2 – Ob (Cl , S Sax); Part 3 – Cl (A Sax); Part 4 – Tpt; Part 5 – Tpt (A Sax); Part 6 – Hn (A Sax, Cl); Part 7 – Tbn (Bari TC, T Sax)

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