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Piano Favorites For Easter
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Piano Favorites For Easter

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Bg0951
Composer John Stainer
Arranger Fred Bock
Publisher Fred Bock Music Co.
Series Fred Bock Publications
Catalog # 00310364

Price: $12.95

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Piano Favorites For Easter Composed by John Stainer. Arranged by Fred Bock. For Piano Folio. Published by Fred Bock Music Co.. (Catalog # 00310364, UPC: 073999384321)

Fred Bock Piano Favorites for Easter includes his best piano settings for preludes, postludes, offertories, and can be effectively used for Maundy Thursday/Good Friday/Lenten communion services as well as for the triumphant Easter Day. Twelve titles include popular favorites of the season: Because He Lives · Lift High the Cross · We Shall Behold Him · The Easter Song (Hear the Bells Ringing) · All Hail, King Jesus · Were You There? · The Old Rugged Cross · I've Just Seen Jesus · and four others.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL HAIL KING JESUS  
BECAUSE HE LIVES  
EASTER SONG  
GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD (THE CRUCIFIXION) STAINER,JOHN  
HE IS EXALTED  
I'VE JUST SEEN JESUS  
LIFT HIGH THE CROSS NICHOLSON,S.H.  
OUR GOD REIGNS  
WE SHALL BEHOLD HIM  
WERE YOU THERE  
WHEN I SURVEY THE WONDROUS CROSS  

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