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Lenten & Easter Favorites For The Piano

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Hugh S Livingston
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1036

Price: $9.95

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Lenten & Easter Favorites For The Piano Arranged by Hugh S Livingston. For Piano Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1036, UPC: 000308022445)

A comprehensive collection of hymn arrangements, written by a number of America's finest composers, and all designed specifically for use during the seasons of Lent and Easter. From the haunting strains of "The Old Rugged Cross" to the classical "Pie Jesu,ö this wonderful collection is filled with selections that will be of great value to the hard-working church pianist or to the pianist who plays at home for the sheer pleasure of self-expression

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALAS AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED  
AT THE CROSS  
BENEATH THE CROSS OF JESUS  
COME YE FAITHFUL RAISE THE STRAIN  
CROSS OF CALVARY  
DOWN AT THE CROSS JOHN STOCKTON  
HOLY CITY  
HOSANNA LOUD HOSANNA  
LENTEN MEDITATION  
MAN OF SORROWS  
O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED  
O SONS AND DAUGHTERS LET US SING  
OLD RUGGED CROSS  
PIE JESU GABRIEL FAURE  
SAVIOR THY DYING LOVE  
THIS JOYFUL EASTERTIDE  
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