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Sounds of Worship

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Choral (Piano/Rhythm)
Brookfield Choral Series. Sacred. 36 pages. Published by Brookfield Press (HL.8743973).

Item Number: HL.8743973

ISBN 0634066870. 9x12 inches.

Classic hymns have been arranged for the flexible Sounds of; series. For solos and ensembles, this collection brings together great hymns of the faith. Whether it's a soloist using a book (accompanied by piano or fully-orchestrated accompaniment track) or two, three, four players...or a full orchestra, Sounds of Worship is a uniquely flexible idea for church instrumentalists! Each book includes a solo line and an ensemble line. Mix and match lines with different instruments and combinations of players. Available: Conductor's Score (with Acc. CD), Flute, Oboe, Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone, Horn, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Violin, Cello, Bass/Tuba, Percussion, Piano/Rhythm, Accompaniment CD.

  • Fairest Lord Jesus 
  • Grace Greater Than Our Sin 
  • Beneath The Cross Of Jesus 
  • More Love To Thee (O Christ) 
  • Oh, How I Love Jesus (O How I Love Jesus) 
  • O Perfect Love 
  • To God Be The Glory 
  • Be Thou My Vision 
  • On Christ, The Solid Rock, I Stand 
  • Brethren, We Have Met To Worship 
  • America, The Beautiful 
  • How Firm a Foundation 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Aj
    Location:
    Toronto, ON
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2009-04-20 00:00:00.0 Quick Offertory Pieces

    I bought this book mainly for solo instrument performances, like a violin or sax with piano. The best part of this book is each piece contains a key change with the melody alternating between the solo and piano, keeping the pieces interesting. However, most of the pieces are TOO SHORT...

    . I ended up writing extensions for all of these pieces before I can perform anywhere. Also I find them too easy so the solo is just kinda plain and I can do them totally without the score (but that's just me). Comparing this book to the similar series: Sounds of Celebration, the Sounds of Celebration is the better one because every piece contains a medley, making it more interesting. But that book contains contemporary worship songs, whereas this book contains traditional hymns only. However, I don't see why they cannot arrange medleys for these pieces as well.

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