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The Power Of Worship
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The Power Of Worship

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Victor Labenske
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 30400

Price: $12.95

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The Power Of Worship Arranged by Victor Labenske. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 30400, UPC: 038081330280)

From the time of ancient Israel until the church of today, music has held an important place in worship, both public and private. The Power of Worship contains some of the most popular contemporary praise choruses. The accessible arrangements sound rich and full, and lyrics are included. Additionally, approximate performance times are provided with each arrangement, making them easy to incorporate into church services. This collection features songs from the CCLI Top 25! Titles: Blessed Be Your Name * Hallelujah (Your Love Is Amazing) * Here I Am to Worship (Light of the World) * How Great Is Our God * Indescribable * The Power of Your Love * Take My Life (Holiness) (with Purify My Heart) * We Fall Down (with Holy Is the Lord) * The Wonderful Cross * You re Worthy of My Praise.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLESSED BE YOUR NAME  
HALLELUJAH (YOUR LOVE IS AMAZING)  
HERE I AM TO WORSHIP (LIGHT OF THE WORLD  
HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD  
INDESCRIBABLE  
POWER OF YOUR LOVE, THE  
PURIFY MY HEART  
TAKE MY LIFE (HOLINESS)  
WE FALL DOWN  
WONDERFUL CROSS, THE  
YOU'RE WORTHY OF MY PRAISE  

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