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Sonata for Piano, by Justin Dello Joio

Dello Joio.  Does the name sound familiar?  Justin Dello Joio is the son of Norman Dello Joio, so he grew up with composing… read more

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Aretha Franklin 20 Greatest Hits

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Title: One Small Child


Voicing/Format: 2 Part mixed
Publisher: Hope Publishing Co
Composer: Meece, David
Arranger: Larson, Lloyd
Catalog #: C5655 Price: $2.15

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The charm and grace of David Meece's contemporary Christmas classic shine through in this sensitive choral setting from Lloyd Larson. The poetic images and haunting melody are beautifully woven into a gently flowing, richly satisfying, artistic musical fabric. New for 2010 is a Two-Part Mixed voicing, a Performance/Accompaniment CD, and full Orchestration. Accompaniment can be piano, handbells, or full orchestra. This top-selling setting is also included in Lloyd's Christmas musical, "Emmanuel - God with Us!"
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