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Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel

Title: Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Roger Dean Publishing Co.
Arranger: Hayes, Mark
Catalog #: 15/2970R
Series: Prima Cantate
Description: Satb Divisi Price: $2.25

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Rarely, if ever, has there been such a stylistically exciting spiritual setting for advanced choir and orchestra as Mark Hayes set called "Spirit Suite" (45/1148R), written for the Kansas City Chorale. "Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?" is the final movement from this set, and it is ready to bring your audience to its feet as your concert finale.
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