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Lord's Prayer and Other Favorite Sacr

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Arranger Bill Boyd
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Piano Collection
Catalog # 50481090

Price: $9.99

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Lord's Prayer and Other Favorite Sacr Arranged by Bill Boyd. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50481090, UPC: 073999810905)

A terrific collection of the most enduring and beloved sacred music, including Albert Hay Malotte's “The Lord's Prayer,” the most famous sacred song of this century. The easy piano arrangements include lyrics.

Contents: Bach/Gounod: Ave Maria • Schubert: Ave Maria • Mueller: Create In Me a Clean Heart, O God • Handel (from Messiah): He Shall Feed His Flock, I Know That My Redeemer Liveth • O'Hara: He Smiled on Me, I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked • Niles: I Wonder as I Wander • Bach: My Heart Ever Faithful, Sheep May Safely Graze • Gounod: O Divine Redeemer • Fauré: The Palms • Franck: Panis Angelicus • Kountz: Prayer of the Norwegian Child • Handel: Thanks Be to Thee • Malotte: The 23rd Psalm, The Lord's Prayer.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVE MARIA BOYD B  
CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART O GOD BOYD B  
HE SHALL FEED HIS FLOCK BOYD B HANDEL,G.F.  
HE SMILED ON ME BOYD B  
I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH BOYD B HANDEL  
I WALKED TODAY WHERE JESUS WALKED BOYD B O'HARA,GEOFFREY  
I WONDER AS I WANDER BOYD B  
LORD'S PRAYER,THE BOYD B  
MY HEART EVER FAITHFUL BOYD B BACH,J.S.  
O DIVINE REDEEMER BOYD B GOUNOD  
PALMS,THE (LES RAMEAUX) BOYD B  
PANIS ANGELICUS (O LORD MOST HOLY) BOYD B  
PRAYER OF THE NORWEGIAN CHILD BOYD B  
SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE BOYD B BACH,J.S.  
THANKS BE TO THEE BOYD B  
TWENTY-THIRD PSALM,THE BOYD B  
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