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Lite Trax Jr (Fall ' 07)
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Lite Trax Jr (Fall ' 07)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Publisher Glory Sound
Catalog # 35026231

Price: $39.95

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Product Description

Lite Trax Jr (Fall ' 07) For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Glory Sound. (Catalog # 35026231, UPC: 747510182931)

Exceptional quality accompaniment and performance tracks for the children's anthems released each season on one convenient CD. Songs: Celebrate God's Love · Daniel and the Lion · Delight Yourself in the Lord · Hosanna We Sing · Just a Little Bite · Listen to the Bells · Little Innocent Lamb · Songs of the Wayfarer · The Stone Was Rolled Away · We Have Gathered Here · Everywhere Christmas Tonight · I Will Trust in You, Lord · I Wish I Could Be in Bethlehem · Light a Little Candle.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CELEBRATE GOD'S LOVE  
DANIEL AND THE LION  
DELIGHT YOURSELF IN THE LORD  
EVERYWHERE CHRISTMAS TONIGHT  
HOSANNA WE SING  
I WILL TRUST IN YOU LORD  
I WISH I COULD BE IN BETHLEHEM  
JUST A LITTLE BITE  
LIGHT A LITTLE CANDLE  
LISTEN TO THE BELLS  
LITTLE INNOCENT LAMB  
SONGS OF THE WAYFARER  
THE STONE WAS ROLLED AWAY  
WE HAVE GATHERED HERE  
WE'RE BUILDING A CIRCLE OF LOVE  

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