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Reflections On The Sacrifice
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Reflections On The Sacrifice

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Arranger Sarandon, David

Price: $9.95

Catalog #70/1451L

UPC code: 000308092738

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From the exultant shouts of "Hosanna!" in the Holy City to the angry cries of "Crucify him!" -- the entire dramatic story of Holy Week is depicted in these artistic and practical settings from Christian hymnody and tradition. This compendium will aptly supply the core of appropriate keyboard repertoire needed for this most important week of the Christian year. The church pianist's annual query, "How do I get from Palm Sunday to Easter?" has now been skillfully satisfied in a most pragmatic manner-easy, worshipful music.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL GLORY, LAUD AND HONOR  
ARE YE ABLE?  
BENEATH THE CROSS OF JESUS  
GO TO DARK GETHSEMANE  
HOLY CITY, THE  
LONESOME VALLEY  
MEDITATION ON HOLY WEEK  
MUST JESUS BEAR THE CROSS ALONE?  
UPPER ROOM DID OUR LORD PREPARE  
WERE YOU THERE?  
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