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Simple Solutions for Sunday at the Piano

Easy Preludes, Offertories and Postludes

By Ann Hamilton

Piano - Moderately Easy
Easy Preludes, Offertories and Postludes. Composed by Ann Hamilton. Sacred. Lorenz Publishing Company #70/1461L. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.70-1461L).

Item Number: LO.70-1461L

It comes at the same time every week of every month of every year. Even so, Sunday manages to sneak up on us at least once in a while. Be it too many commitments Monday through Saturday, a sudden change in sermon-topic emphasis, or a last-minute request to fill in for a colleague, it never hurts to have new, accessible arrangements close at hand. This collection serves that purpose well. It will help expand your repertoire without sacrificing the musical result, yet many selections are playable at sight and all will be attainable with only limited attention. Durations are also included to aid in the last-minute planning.

  • What a Friend We Have in Jesus  Performed by Penny Rodriguez
  • God Who Made The Earth And Heaven  Performed by Patricia Lou Harris
  • How Firm A Foundation  Performed by John Purifoy
  • Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above  Performed by Thomas Chesterton
  • Come My Soul  Performed by Terry Osman
  • Praise To The Living God  Performed by Lani Smith
  • The God Of Abraham Praise  Performed by Lani Smith
  • To Walk in Gods Ways  Performed by Lani Smith
  • Simple Gifts  Performed by Douglas E Wagner
  • Glory To His Name  Performed by Marc Jordan
  • Be Thou My Vision  Performed by Ben Logan
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

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  • 2013-11-15 15:54:46.0 Great arrangements

    The reason I like this collection: The hymn tunes that are used in the arrangements are well known and sometimes the melodies are hidden within the chords. One of my preferences. The non-hymn tunes are written by one of my favorites Lani Smith.

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