Take My Life and Let It Be-Piano
Piano Accompaniment - Early Intermediate
Arranged by Zachary Damm. Renaissance, Christian, Sacred, General Worship, General Instructional. Individual Part. 3 pages. Published by Digital Print Publishing (S0.176679).
Item Number: S0.176679
This arrangement blends Martin Luther’s baptismal hymn with the more familiar dedicational song “Take My Life and Let It Be.” The staunch tones that begin and conclude the piece transport one to the Jordan River and invite one to think on the meaning of baptism. The middle of the piece provides a pensive meditation upon Christian service. This score contains lead trumpet part. For the other parts, (including lead, 1st, and 2nd trumpet, violin, and xylophone or other tuned mallet instrument) see the conductor's score or the individual parts under the same title.
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