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What A Friend We Have In Jesus

By Charles C. Converse

SATB choir; children's voices; rhythm; unison; vocal solo/duet (Children's Voices, SATB, Unison)
Composed by Charles C. Converse. Arranged by Joel Raney. Blues-Gospel-Spirituals, Confidence, Faithfulness, Hymntune, Peace, Encouragement, General Worship, Promise, Sacred, Children, Assurance. Octavo. 16 pages. Hope Publishing Company #C 5251. Published by Hope Publishing Company (HP.C5251).

Item Number: HP.C5251

2 Corinthians 12:9-10, Hebrews 13:5, Luke 7:34, Luke 8:24, Philippians 4:6, Philippians 4:13, Psalms 143:9, Psalms 17:8, Psalms 27:5, Psalms 32:7, Isaiah 53:4, James 1:17-27, James 5:13, John 15:13-15, John 7:37, Mark 10:16, Matthew.

From its first statement by the children's choir, the simple beauty and power of Charles C. Converse's classic theme grabs hold and doesn't let go as the piece builds to a thrilling full-gospel conclusion. In the tradition of Joel Raney's setting of "Jesus Loves Me" and "This Little light of Mine" this new setting is the perfect combination of new material, a favorite hymn, adult and children's voices, and an exciting blues-gospel track.

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  • 2007-08-09 00:00:00.0 AWESOME

    This peice is really fun! It sounds good with the youthchior and the adult chior. It's on of my favorties! It's sorta hard to play though.

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