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Sunday Songbook

By Natalie Sleeth

Composed by Natalie Sleeth. Hinshaw Sacred. General Worship, Sacred. Octavo. 36 pages. Hinshaw Music #HMB102. Published by Hinshaw Music (HL.8763067).

Item Number: HL.8763067

ISBN 9781495086076. 6.75x10.5x0.085 inches.

Twelve songs written specifically for children's choirs, highlighting the main seasons of the church year and the basic concepts of Christianity. A quality contribution to worship, whether performed by the cherub choir or the adults. Interesting and versatile. Contents: * Children of the Lord * For These Blessings * Go Now in Peace - 3 Part Voicing * Light One Candle * Lullaby * Part of the Plan * Praise the Lord * That's Good * The Holy Book * This Is the Day * Sing Noel * You And I.

  • 1. Children Of The Lord 
  • 2. For These Blessings 
  • 3. Go Now In Peace - 3 Part Voicing (HMC596) 
  • 4. Light One Candle (HMC1001) 
  • 5. Lullaby 
  • 6. Part Of The Plan 
  • 7. Praise The Lord (HMC207) 
  • 8. That's Good 
  • 9. The Holy Book 
  • 10. This Is The Day (HMC229) 
  • 11. Sing Noel (HMC435) 
  • 12. You And I. 

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  • 5

    Cordell OK
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  • September 07, 2012 Good staple product

    This was to replace a copy that had gotten lost in a move. I've especially used the song "We Are All Children of the Lord." Some of these songs can be adapted for congregational use as hymns.

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  • 5

    Allen, texas
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  • October 16, 2011 Sunday songbook

    One of the best children's choir music books available.

    19 of 34 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Roy Vail
    Mena Arkansas
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  • July 05, 2007 A treasure

    It is too bad Natalie Sleeth didn't write more music. Her pieces have fine strong melodies, wonderful words, and they make your choir sound great.

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