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April 23rd

New Star-Spangled Titles for Band

Finding unique patriotic selections can be a challenge, but there is a wealth of new pieces for both young band and… read more

April 22nd

I’ll Be Seeing You : 51 Songs of World War Two

This collection of sheet music, mostly from the 1940′s, reflects the time and attitudes of World War Two.  “What… read more

April 23rd

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April 22nd

Providing Music To and From All Over the World - Happy Earth Day!

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Guitar Worship 1 (Bk/Cd)

Title: Guitar Worship 1 (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Guitar Folio
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Heckman, Garth
Catalog #: 00695681

Price: $9.95
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We are very proud to present the first guitar method ever targeted towards chu rch musicians! If you're an aspiring acoustic or electric guitarist who wants to sing and play songs in praise of God, then this book/CD pack is a must-have . You'll learn: chords, strum patterns, 24 great songs, how to read music, how to tune your guitar, how to change strings, and much more! As an added bonus, it also features a special section on how to lead contemporary worship. The c ompanion CD features 87 tracks, including tuning notes and 24 songs. No prior musical experience is required to use this book.
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