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Happy Birthday, Enrique Granados!

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Stanton's Welcomes Nancy Bachus

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Wonderful Words of Life
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Title: Wonderful Words of Life


Voicing/Format: Piano Folio
Publisher: Lorenz Corporation
Arranger: Hayes, Mark
Catalog #: 70/1785L
Grade: Advanced
Series: Sunday Suites Price: $12.95

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Mark Hayes explores the wonders of scripture in this thematic "Sunday Suite" for piano. First comes a rousing prelude in the style of Aaron Copland and based on the American folk hymn "How Firm a Foundation." For an offertory or prayer meditation, Mark offers a flowing, atmospheric setting of the Gospel favorite "Wonderful Words of Life." And to conclude the service, you'll find a stunning, pianistic setting of "Word of God, Across the Ages." This suite is ideal for services focusing on the scriptures, but these challenging pieces are also suitable for special numbers or recitals.
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