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When I Survey The Wondrous Cross
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Title: When I Survey The Wondrous Cross


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Hope Publishing Co
Composer: Mason/Watts
Arranger: Schrader, Jack
Catalog #: C5267 Price: $1.95

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Lloyd Larson s earnest, sensitive setting for Twila Paris popular song was Ho pe s top-seller in 2001. Appropriate for Lent, Holy Week, baptism, and specia l dedication or confirmation services, this blockbuster arrangement is now ava ilable in SATB, SAB and Two-Part Mixed voicings. Accompaniment can be provided by keyboard, rhythm, CD track or handbell choir. The new optional handbell ac companiment can also stand alone as a setting for 3-5 octaves of bells. The or chestration includes parts for two flutes and one oboe; three trumpets, two ho rns, two trombones and a tuba; percussion (bells, mark tree, shaker, timpani) and harp; strings and shared rhythm part (piano, acoustic guitar, electric bas s, drum kit).
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