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What Can I Play For Funerals

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Cindy Berry
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Sacred Performer Collecti
Grade Late Intermediate
Catalog # 33446

Price: $13.99

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What Can I Play For Funerals Arranged by Cindy Berry. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 33446, UPC: 038081396224)

This collection features arrangements that are especially appropriate for funerals, contained in one readily accessible book. Approximate performance times for each piece are included to assist in planning. Titles: Because He Lives * Face to Face * Great Is Thy Faithfulness * His Eye Is on the Sparrow * How Great Thou Art * I Need Thee Every Hour / Abide with Me * In the Garden * Just a Closer Walk with Thee * My Faith Has Found a Resting Place * Nearer My God to Thee * Rock of Ages * Shall We Gather at the River / Sweet By and By * What a Friend We Have in Jesus * When We All Get to Heaven.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BECAUSE HE LIVES  
FACE TO FACE  
GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS  
HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW  
HOW GREAT THOU ART  
I NEED THEE EVERY HOUR/ABIDE WITH ME  
IN THE GARDEN  
JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE  
MY FAITH HAS FOUND A RESTING PLACE  
NEARER MY GOD TO THEE  
ROCK OF AGES  
SWEET BY AND BY/SHALL WE GATHER AT THE  
WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS  
WHEN WE ALL GET TO HEAVEN  

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