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Praise Him With Piano Vol 1
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Praise Him With Piano Vol 1

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Bk Only
Arranger Phillip Keveren
Publisher Keveren Music Press
Catalog # 00309000

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Product Description

Praise Him With Piano Vol 1 Arranged by Phillip Keveren. For Piano Folio. Published by Keveren Music Press. (Catalog # 00309000, UPC: 073999909005)

Suitable for church service or recital, these refreshing settings reflect the refinements of the classical tradition, yet remain relevant to the spirit of today's worship. Best of all, accomplished pianists will find the arrangements playable with minimal preparation while developing players will need only a reasonable amount of practice. A CD featuring a performance of each selection is also available. Both professional and student pianists will benefit from hearing the arranger's original musical intentions, models for their own approach to the music. 10 arrangements (including two medleys): Medley of Praise · Fairest Lord Jesus · Be Thou My Vision · Holy, Holy, Holy · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
'TIS SO SWEET TO TRUST IN JESUS  
BE STILL MY SOUL  
BE THOU MY VISION  
BLESSED ASSURANCE  
COME, THOU FOUNT OF EVERY BLESSING  
DOXOLOGY  
FAIREST LORD JESUS  
GOD BE WITH YOU TILL WE MEET AGAIN  
HOLY, HOLY, HOLY  
IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL  
JESUS IS ALL THE WORLD TO ME  
JOYFUL, JOYFUL, WE ADORE THEE  
PRAISE THE LORD! YE HEAVENS ADORE HIM!  
PRAISE TO THE LORD, THE ALMIGHTY  
PRELUDE III  
SOFTLY AND TENDERLY  
WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS  

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