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Let Voice and Instrument Joyfully Sound
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Let Voice and Instrument Joyfully Sound

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format 3 Part
Composer Henry Purcell
Arranger Patrick M Liebergen
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Discovery
Grade 2
Catalog # 08552368

Price: $1.80

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Let Voice and Instrument Joyfully Sound Composed by Henry Purcell. Arranged by Patrick M Liebergen. For 3 Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08552368, UPC: 884088627362)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2012 **

** Excellence in Choral Literature - 2013 **

Introduce your younger choirs to Baroque style with this short and festive selection adapted from a larger work by English composer Henry Purcell. Featuring a pair of flutes, the rhythmic exuberance of the piece will be a welcome addition to concert, contest and festival performances throughout your year! Flute 1-2 parts included. Available separately: 3-Part Mixed, 2-Part, VoiceTrax CD. Duration: ca. 1:40

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