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Touch of Jazz, A
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Touch of Jazz, A

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Arranger Summers, Roger

Price: $12.50

Catalog #70/1472L

UPC code: 000308096408

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From the captivating rhythmic 5/4 setting of "How Firm a Foundation" to the warm, plaintive harmonies emanating from "He Never Said a Mumbalin' Word," these wonderfully fresh settings are in an easily accessible variety of jazz styles, appropriate for worship, recital or simply private enjoyment. Written so that even the most "square," classically-trained pianist can sound as though the jazz style is innately comfortable, this collection will quickly become a welcome, refreshing approach to time-honored hymns and spirituals throughout the church year. Try it! You'll like it!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AWAY IN A MANGER  
HE NEVER SAID A MUMBALIN' WORD  
HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION  
IF THOU BUT TRUST IN GOD TO GUIDE THEE  
JOSHUA FOUGHT THE BATTLE OF JERICHO  
MY SHEPHERD WILL SUPPLY MY NEED  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL  
THERE IS A BALM IN GILEAD  
WHAT WONDROUS LOVE  
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