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Then Sings My Soul (How Great Thou Art)
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Then Sings My Soul (How Great Thou Art)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomp Parts
Composer Mary Mcdonald
Arranger Michael Lawrence
Publisher Hope Publishing Co
Catalog # C5701O

Price: $69.95

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Then Sings My Soul (How Great Thou Art) Composed by Mary Mcdonald. Arranged by Michael Lawrence. For Instrumental Accomp Parts. Published by Hope Publishing Co. (Catalog # C5701O, UPC: 763628257019)

Our top-selling anthem in 2011 is now available as a vocal solo! Inspired by w hat is considered to be one of the greatest hymn texts of the 20th century, Ma ry McDonald has crafted an exceptional, new anthem for SATB choirs. With alter ed melody and lush harmonies, this fresh treatment awakens a new breadth and s plendor into this timeless hymn, giving rise to the greatness that it invokes in worshiping God, our Creator. The gorgeous orchestration, by Michael Lawren ce, is a true complement to Mary s splendid choral writing. This includes a Co nductor's Score and parts for: Flute 1 & 2, Oboe, Clarinet 1 & 2, Trumpet 1, T rumpet 2 & 3, Horn 1 & 2 (opt. Alto Sax), Trombone 1 & 2 (opt. Tenor Sax/Barit on T.C.), Trombone III/Tuba, Percussion, Timpani, Harp, Piano, Violin 1, Violi n 2, Viola, Cello an

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