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Title: Raise The Praise For About 10 Singers
Publisher: Lorenz Corporation
Arranger: Pugh, Larry
Catalog #: 45/1136L
RAISE THE PRAISE FOR ABOUT 10 SINGERS Vibrant praise will indeed be raised by even the smallest of choirs when singing from this exciting collection of anthems from some of the top composers in church music today. With styles spanning both traditional and contemporary and accompaniments ranging from bongos to full orchestra, the smaller choir can easily achieve a meaningful ministry of music despite their limited resources. The Performance/Accompaniment CD makes it possible to hear the stylistic differences, rehearse with the voices and/or the accompaniment, and sing on Sunday morning with a professional accompaniment. It s a can't-miss, confidence-building worship enhancement, with nine new anthems at a fraction of the cost of purchasing them as separate octavos. Compiled by Larry Pugh.
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