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Hymns We Love to Sing

By Pepper Choplin

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SAB choir and piano accompaniment (with optional trumpet)
Composed by Pepper Choplin. Arranged by Mark Hayes. Choral collection. Sacred, Choral. Choral score. Lorenz Publishing Company #45/1161L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.45-1161L).

Item Number: LO.45-1161L

Following the successful format of the "Hymns We Love" series for piano, we've asked today's top echelon of choral composers for a new setting of one of their favorite hymns. Further, we requested that it be developed with the smaller church choir in mind and be limited to a two-part mixed or SAB voicing format. We have also continued the unique feature of including notes from each composer explaining why this particular hymn ranks among their list of favorites, and how that may have influenced the musical style they chose. Not surprisingly, the result is a musically satisfying and diverse array of moods and styles providing a fresh look and feel to favorites from our cherished heritage of hymnody. This collection will be a welcome addition to the small-choir repertoire and is economically priced to fit into a smaller church choir budget as well. Don't be surprised if this "Hymns We Love to Sing" collection becomes only the first of a choral collection series for small choirs!

  • Our Grateful Hymn of Praise  Composed by Mary Mcdonald
  • Abide with Me  Composed by Victor C. Johnson
  • Beneath The Cross  Composed by Ruth Elaine Schram
  • Let Us Break Bread Together  Composed by Mark Hayes
  • Rejoice, The Lord is King!  Composed by Larry Shackley
  • I Give My Life  Composed by Jean Anne Shafferman
  • Fount of Every Blessing  Composed by Lloyd Larson
  • How Firm A Foundation  Composed by Pepper Choplin

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  • 5

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  • November 04, 2012 Hymns We Love to Sing

    The arrangements are predictably nice--most begin with unison melody, then parts begin, then key change happens. Also purchased the accompaniment CD and was a little disappointed it was basically piano. Two songs have trumpet, but none have the orchestral accompaniment I was hoping for. Your own pianist is preferred...

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