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What Can I Play On Sunday Bk 5
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What Can I Play On Sunday Bk 5

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Cindy Berry
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 30401

Price: $12.95

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What Can I Play On Sunday Bk 5 Arranged by Cindy Berry. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 30401, UPC: 038081330297)

What Can I Play on Sunday? is a series of six books, each book designed for busy pianists who may have limited rehearsal time. Book 5 includes selections for holidays and holy days that occur during September and October, including World Communion Sunday, Laity Sunday, Reformation Sunday and Communion, as well as several general hymns. Titles: Amazing Grace, Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation, Jesus Lord We Look to Thee, Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone, My Lord What a Morning, Rejoice the Lord Is King, Stand Up Stand Up for Jesus, Take the Name of Jesus with You, There Is a Fountain and 'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
'TIS SO SWEET TO TRUST IN JESUS  
AMAZING GRACE  
CHRIST IS MADE THE SURE FOUNDATION  
JESUS LORD WE LOOK TO THEE  
MUST JESUS BEAR THE CROSS ALONE  
MY LORD WHAT A MORNING  
REJOICE THE LROD IS KING  
STAND UP STAND UP FOR JESUS  
TAKE THE NAME OF JESUS WITH YOU  
THERE IS A FOUNTAIN  

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