Sunday, June 25, 2017
Other Stanton's Categories
 
Palm Sunday To Easter
Add to Wishlist

Palm Sunday To Easter

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Michael Thomas
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1347L

Price: $19.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Preview Score:

Product Description

Palm Sunday To Easter Arranged by Michael Thomas. For Piano Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1347L, UPC: 000308054453)

Enrich the worship experience of Holy Week from Palm Sunday through Easter with this compendium of preludes, offertories, and postludes. Some of our finest composers and arrangers have collaborated in this volume abounding with excellent seasonal arrangements. Appropriate, meaningful, and memorable pieces will enhance the celebration of this unparalleled season in the Christian faith for years to come.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AH HOLY JESUS  
ALAS AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED  
ALL HAIL THE POWER OF JESUS' NAME  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY  
CONTEMPLATION  
CROWN HIM WITH MANY CROWNS  
HOSANNA LOUD HOSANNA  
JESUS KEEP ME NEAR THE CROSS  
KING OF LOVE MY SHEPHERD IS  
LENTEN REVERIE  
MY JESUS I LOVE THEE  
O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED  
OLD RUGGED CROSS  
REFLECTION  
REFLECTIONS ON WONDROUS LOVE  
REJOICE THE LORD IS KING  
STRIFE IS O'ER THE  

Today's News

  • Jazz Charts for College & Pros – Grade 5+ Jazz Charts for College & Pros – Grade 5+

    recommended by Ben Huntoon, Jazz Specialist Beautiful Dreamer arr. Pete McGuinness This 2015 Grammy-nominated arrangement was recorded by the Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra on Strength In Numbers (Summit Records). The original Stephen Foster waltz is refitted here as a medium-bright... Read More ›

  • Anastasia: The New Broadway Musical Anastasia: The New Broadway Musical

    From the Tony Award®-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, and inspired by the beloved films, the dazzling new Broadway musical “Anastasia” transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as... Read More ›