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Title: When In Our Music God Is Glorified
Voicing/Format: Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Arranger: Sherman, Arnold
Catalog #: 2414
From Arnold Sherman here is a versatile setting of one of the finest hymns from the 20th century. Fred Pratt Green's text and the tune Engelberg by Charles Stanford are arranged here for 3-6 octave handbells, with optional 3-4 octave handchimes, organ (with optional trumpet) or brass. SATB choir can also be added. This festival setting captures the true essence of praise and adoration to God. The optional trumpet part is included in the Ringer's Edition, and a separate Organ Score, with considerably less page turns, has been provided separately.
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