The Blood Will Never Loses Its Power - 1912
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

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Choral Choir (SATB) - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.809852

Composed by Civilla Durfee Martin, Walter Stillman Martin. Arranged by Robert E. Proctor. Christian,Contemporary,Sacred. Octavo. 29 pages. R. E. Proctor #3637111. Published by R. E. Proctor (A0.809852).

An arrangement of the original hymn, The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power, written in 1912 by Civilla Durfee Martin and Walter Stillman Martin.  Set for SATB quartet or choir.  Duration: 2:16  Can be played with piano accompaniment alone or with bass and/or guitar.  Drums could be added also but there's no percussion part included.  Guitar part contains chords as well as written notes.  29 total pages.

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