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These Forty Days

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Organ Duet
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Arranger Smith, Lani
Grade 1+

Price: $15.00

Catalog #70/1606L

UPC code: 9780893288761

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Level 1+ * This latest duet collection from veteran arranger Lani Smith provides a valuable resource for Lent and Holy Week, with pieces suitable for offertories, communion and times of quiet reflection. It contains a mix of classic hymns, meditative spirituals and lesser-known titles that will enhance your repertoire for the weeks leading up to Easter. Lush chords and textures, plus the sensitive interplay between the instruments, make these arrangements attractive and memorable. Two copies are required for performance.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AH HOLY JESUS  
ALAS AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED  
COME TO CALVARY'S HOLY MOUNTAIN  
IN THE CROSS OF CHRIST I GLORY  
IN THE HOUR OF TRIAL  
LORD WHO THROUGHOUT THESE FORTY DAYS  
WERE YOU THERE  
WHAT WONDROUS LOVE  
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