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Sing For Joy

Sing For Joy
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger Albrecht

Price: $7.95

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #22939

UPC code: 038081221229

We've combined six of our best-selling Alfred Choral Designs titles into one convenient, price-saving publication. Use the six chorals individually, or perform them together as a ready-to-go minute program. Each of these four collections has been carefully selected to provide your singers and audience with a dynamic and rewarding concert experience. Includes: Just a Single Voice (Albrecht, Althouse), Hallelujah, Amen (Handel/Liebergen), Sing for Joy, Alleluia! (Albrecht), Danny Boy (arr. Knowles), Cantate Domino (Althouse), May Your Roads Be Straight and Narrow (Albrecht, Althouse)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CANTATE DOMINO ALTHOUSE  
DANNY BOY KNOWLES  
HALLELUJAH AMEN LIEBERGEN HANDEL  
JUST A SINGLE VOICE ALBRECHT/ALTHOUSE  
MAY YOUR ROADS BE STRAIGHT AND NARROW ALBRECHT/ALTHOUSE  
SING FOR JOY ALLELUIA ALBRECHT  
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