Did You Think to Pray? - Sacred Duet for Alto and Baritone with Piano Accompaniment
by Betsy Lee Bailey
Mezzo-Soprano Voice - Digital Sheet Music

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Piano,Voice Duet Baritone Horn TC,Mezzo-Soprano Voice,Piano - Level 2 - Digital Download

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Composed by Text by Mary A. Pepper Kidder, Music by William O. Perkins. Arranged by Betsy Lee Bailey. Contemporary,Sacred. 8 pages. Betsy Lee Bailey #3564173. Published by Betsy Lee Bailey (A0.746044).

Did You Think to Pray? is a favorite Hymn arranged here for 2 equal voices, or Alto and Baritone.  The Baritone part has very few measures of harmony, making this a piece that is very quick to learn.  The Alto part carries the burden and delight of the harmony. The accompaniment is light and gentle.  All parts are accessible for most singers and players.

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