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This exceptional collection of popular church hymns contains flexible trio settings that can be played with any combination of three instruments - woodwind, brass, or strings - or double the parts to create
Alfred's Easy Instrumental Solos for Special Occasions and Celebrations series offers a versatile selection of music for flute, clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet horn in F, trombone, violin,
This collection includes 12 of the most popular and favorite hymns of all time. These beautifully crafted arrangements are fun to play and will be sure to please any audience or congregation. Titles
This practical and versatile collection of familiar melodies will be suitable for just about any type of ensemble, including quartets, praise band, full band or orchestra, and brass band. The supportive
Fifteen favorites arranged for instrumentalists with professionally recorded backing tracks online for easy access to accompaniment. Useful for worship services from the sanctuary or for bringing your
Designed for maximum flexibility, Hymns of Praise can be used for a solo instrument with piano or CD accompaniment or for any ensemble in any combination of instruments from duets to full
A beautiful setting of this beloved classic is now creatively set for solo instrument with piano. A terrific choice for just about any church occasion!
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
An extremely versatile collection of 24 sacred hymns familiar to many religious denominations. Traditionally harmonized at the easy to medium-easy level, these settings are flexibly scored to work with just
This collection features familiar hymns arranged for the student who has had only one or two years of instruction. The unique CD included with each book has three tracks for each song. The first track is a