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What Praise Can I Play On Sunday Bk 4
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What Praise Can I Play On Sunday Bk 4

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc July And August Services
Arranger Carol Tornquist
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Sacred Performer Collecti
Grade Late Intermediate To Earl
Catalog # 38785

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What Praise Can I Play On Sunday Bk 4 Arranged by Carol Tornquist. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 38785, UPC: 038081428758)

What Praise Can I Play on Sunday? is a series of six books of worship favorites, each book designed for busy pianists who require accessible arrangements. Book 4 contains selections for the Fourth of July as well as several general praise songs. Titles: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) , Ancient Words , Blessed Be Your Name , Come to the Table , Enough , I Can Only Imagine , Let Freedom Ring , Let It Rise , Shout to the North, with My Country 'Tis of Thee , You Are My King.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE (MY CHAINS ARE GONE)  
ANCIENT WORDS  
BLESSED BE YOUR NAME  
COME TO THE TABLE  
ENOUGH  
I CAN ONLY IMAGINE  
LET FREEDOM RING  
LET IT RISE  
OF THEE  
SHOUT TO THE NORTH, WITH MY COUNTRY 'TIS  
YOU ARE MY KING  

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