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Piano Interludes For Worship

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer David Ritter
Arranger Jascha Heifetz
Artist Hellecasters/Stewart
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano Solo Songbook
Catalog # 00311472

Price: $9.95

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Piano Interludes For Worship Composed by David Ritter. Arranged by Jascha Heifetz. Performed by Hellecasters/Stewart. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00311472, UPC: 884088204730)

Piano Interludes for Worship is designed to offer musical support and a soothing ambiance for various aspects of the worship service, such as Communion, Prayer, Scripture Reading, Invitation, etc. The pieces should be played in a “free-form” rubato style, without being restricted by the meter. Each solo segues smoothly to the next, and optional cadences are included to allow for quick endings when needed. An essential collection for church pianists! 14 pieces, including: Ambiance • Consecration • Devotion • Passion • Pensive • Reflection • Sanctus • and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMBIANCE RITTER,DAVID  
AURA RITTER,DAVID  
CONSECRATION RITTER,DAVID  
CONTEMPLATION LANZ/STROUTSOS HEIFETZ,JASCHA BRAHMS/TYNER  
DEVOTION INDIGO GIRLS RAY/STORY  
LUMINOUS RITTER,DAVID  
MEDITATE RITTER,DAVID  
PASSION HELLECASTERS/STEWART CHEN/CREGAN/GRAINGER  
PENSIVE KEVEREN/RITTER  
RADIANT RITTER,DAVID  
REFLECTION AGUILERA,CHRISTINA WILDER/ZIPPEL  
RUAH (BREATH OF GOD) RITTER,DAVID  
SANCTUS LIEBERGEN/MILLER/SAL  
VISION RITTER,DAVID  

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