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Ain't No Mountain High Enough

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By Diana Ross

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Handbell - Intermediate - Digital Download
By Diana Ross. Arranged by JD Hayes. Individual Part. 7 pages. Published by JD Hayes (H0.239163-8009).

Item Number: H0.239163-8009

This exciting arrangement of Diana Ross's hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" uses five octaves of handbells, but can be played with as few as eight people. Put one or two of your master bass players on the fully-malleted bass line and show your audience what a great combination handbells and soul can be.

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