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Play Praise Most Requested Bk 5
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Play Praise Most Requested Bk 5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Kelly Carpenter
Arranger Gerou/Labenske
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Late Intermediate
Catalog # 28407

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Play Praise Most Requested Bk 5 Composed by Kelly Carpenter. Arranged by Gerou/Labenske. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 28407, UPC: 038081309583)

In this series, pianists young and old will find accessible arrangements of so me of the best in contemporary Christian praise and worship music. These melod ies have become a familiar part of the musical fabric of contemporary praise w orship. Titles: Better is One Day * Breathe * Draw Me Close * God of Wonders * Great Is the Lord * Hallelujah * He Is Exalted * Heart of Worship * Let Every thing That Has Breath. 32 pages.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BETTER IS ONE DAY GEROU/LABENSKE  
BREATHE GEROU/LABENSKE  
DRAW ME CLOSE GEROU/LABENSKE CARPENTER,KELLY  
GOD OF WONDERS GEROU/LABENSKE  
GREAT IS THE LORD GEROU/LABENSKE  
HALLELUJAH GEROU/LABENSKE  
HE IS EXALTED GEROU/LABENSKE  
HEART OF WORSHIP,THE GEROU/LABENSKE  
LET EVERYTHING THAT HAS BREATH GEROU/LABENSKE  

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