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Stanton’s Spotlight – String Riffs

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I'm sure Jack Hanna will let us know if the otters have a need for sheet music! Columbus Zoo & Aquarium Now… read more

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Songs of Celebration and Joy
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Title: Songs of Celebration and Joy


Voicing/Format: Book/CD
Publisher: Lorenz Corporation
Arranger: Hayes, Mark
Catalog #: 30/2828L
Description: Medium-low Bk/Cd Price: $21.95

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This extraordinary collection is an exuberant ode to the solo voice, with songs for weddings, baptisms, memorial services, and patriotic occasions, plus selections for seasonal observances like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. A sequel to Mark's wildly popular "Songs of Comfort and Hope," this volume showcases his great understanding of the solo voice. The songs are lyrical, and the piano accompaniments complement them in true art song style. Those accompaniments were recorded by Mark himself and are included as handy rehearsal or performance aids.
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