HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION (Cello/Piano and Cello Part)
Piano, Cello - Intermediate
Composed by Traditional American Melody. Arranged by Gary Lanier. 21st Century, Christian, Contemporary Christian, Gospel, Sacred. Individual Part, Score, Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 9 pages. Published by The Lanier Company (S0.30591).
Item Number: S0.30591
HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION is an arrangement for Cello and Piano of a popular old hymn tune. The piano plays an intriguing 4 measure introduction, then enters the cello on the captivating melody supported by long chords. From there, theme and variation begins with a driving accompaniment. Then, comes a dazzling quick and short switch from 4/4 to 3/4 time that is a miniature recap of the melody just before the triumphant ending. HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION works great for offertories, special music for a worship service, or for the the joy of playing it in any situation where inspirational music is desired (9 pages).
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