Small Ensemble - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by George Duffield and George Webb/ Anthony Showalter and Elisha Hoffman. Arranged by Deborah Johnson. Christian,Gospel,Pop,Rock. Score and parts. 8 pages. Deborah Johnson #3775. Published by Deborah Johnson (A0.877783).
Stand up for Jesus/Leaning on the Everlasting Arms arranged for piano and SATB Vocal Chorus with a medium disco beat. The chorus mainly sings "oohs" and "ahs" for color and style as the piano is the solo instrument. Intermediate difficulty, mainly because of the rhythmic feel.
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Stand up for Jesus words written by George Duffield (1858) inspired by his friend Dudley Tyng, a dynamic preacher known for taking strong stands against evil not matter what the cost, who lost his arm, then his life in a corn thrasher. Melody written by George Webb. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms chorus written by Anthony Showalter (1887), principal of a musical institute in Dalton, Georgia, when writing letters to two former pupils who had each lost his wife. Anthony published over 130 music books with combined sales of two million copies. Verses written by his friend, hymnist Elisha Hoffman.
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