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What Wondrous Love for Violin and Piano

with optional Viola

By Kurt Kaiser

String ensemble violin (viola) and piano - Advanced Intermediate
With optional Viola. Composed by Kurt Kaiser. General, Lent, Pentecost. Published by Latham Music Enterprises (LA.710422).

Item Number: LA.710422

General, Lent, Pentecost.

This advanced intermediate collection includes lyric arrangements that will add beauty to any worship service. With selections appropriate for Lent and Easter, as well as general use, this versatile book is perfect for your spring worship needs.

  • God The Omnipotent 
  • As Jacob with Travel Was Weary 
  • Praise to the Lord, the Almighty 
  • O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing 
  • Let Us Break Bread Together 
  • Breathe On Me 
  • What Wondrous Love 
  • Thy Word Is Like A Garden, Lord 
  • Precious Lord, Take My Hand 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 1

    Central Indiana
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  • May 11, 2012 Strange

    The arrangements are too "different" and uncomfortable, not pretty or even what I'd call nice. I have played for church and various soloists for many years. I do not like this book at all. The only good thing I appreciated was the separate pull-outs that came with it...

    . So far, music has gone unused. Suggestion: Look elsewhere. Priced too high.

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  • 5

    Stuttgart Germany
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  • October 31, 2010 Very well arranged

    For an intermediate book, the pieces are exceptionally well arranged. I bought this book because it had viola accompaniment as well as violin (I am more of a violinist but play both) and really glad I did. I have played more than half of the pieces in church as special...

    music, communion music, and as Preludes. Although the pieces aren't difficult for me -- I sight read them easily -- I am extremely pleased with the sophistication of the arrangements. A couple have a light Jazz feel to them which is interesting. Like any pieces however, the better player you are, the better they will sound.

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