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Lost In Wonder Love and Praise
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Lost In Wonder Love and Praise

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc 9780834182615
Arranger Mary Mcdonald
Publisher Lillenas Publishing Co
Grade Moderately Advanced
Catalog # 0834182615

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

Lost In Wonder Love and Praise Arranged by Mary Mcdonald. For Piano Folio. Published by Lillenas Publishing Co. (Catalog # 0834182615, UPC: 9780834182615)

Dynamic and dramatic barely scratch the descriptive surface in describing these creative hymn settings by veteran composer/arranger, Mary McDonald. Marys music reflects the soul of one devoted to her Lord and to her lifes mission which is to praise God through her music. These 10 hymn settings may be performed directly out of the book as stand-alone piano solos or performed using the orchestrated accompaniment CD. The arrangements are stylistically varied and equally suited for worship or concert settings.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLESSED ASSURANCE  
COME THOU FOUNT OF EVERY BLESSING  
COME YE SINNERS POOR AND NEEDY  
FAIREST LORD JESUS  
GRACE GREATER THAN OUR SIN  
JESUS I COME  
MY SAVIOR'S LOVE  
MY SHEPHERD WILL SUPPLY MY NEED  
TRUSTING JESUS/'TIS SO SWEET TO TRUST  
WHEN I CAN READ MY TITLE CLEAR  

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