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Sounds of Worship

By Stan Pethel

Choral (Piano/Rhythm)
Arranged by Stan Pethel. Brookfield Choral Series. Sacred. 36 pages. Published by Brookfield Press (HL.8743973).

Item Number: HL.8743973

ISBN 0634066870. Sacred. 9x12 inches.

Classic hymns have been arranged for the flexible “Sounds of” series. For solos and ensembles, this collection brings together great hymns of the faith. Whether it's a soloist using a book (accompanied by piano or fully-orchestrated accompaniment track) or two, three, four players...or a full orchestra, Sounds of Worship is a uniquely flexible idea for church instrumentalists! Each book includes a solo line and an ensemble line. Mix and match lines with different instruments and combinations of players. Available: Conductor's Score (with Acc. CD), Flute, Oboe, Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone, Horn, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Violin, Cello, Bass/Tuba, Percussion, Piano/Rhythm, Accompaniment CD.

  • Brethren, We Have Met to Worship 
  • Fairest Lord Jesus 
  • Grace Greater Than Our Sin 
  • How Firm A Foundation 
  • Beneath The Cross Of Jesus 
  • More Love To Thee (O Christ) 
  • Oh, How I Love Jesus (O How I Love Jesus) 
  • O Perfect Love 
  • To God Be The Glory 
  • Be Thou My Vision 
  • America, the Beautiful 
  • On Christ, The Solid Rock, I Stand 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Toronto, ON
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • April 20, 2009 Quick Offertory Pieces

    I bought this book mainly for solo instrument performances, like a violin or sax with piano. The best part of this book is each piece contains a key change with the melody alternating between the solo and piano, keeping the pieces interesting. However, most of the pieces are TOO SHORT...

    . I ended up writing extensions for all of these pieces before I can perform anywhere. Also I find them too easy so the solo is just kinda plain and I can do them totally without the score (but that's just me). Comparing this book to the similar series: Sounds of Celebration, the Sounds of Celebration is the better one because every piece contains a medley, making it more interesting. But that book contains contemporary worship songs, whereas this book contains traditional hymns only. However, I don't see why they cannot arrange medleys for these pieces as well.

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