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Spirituals We Love - Your Favorite Composers Share a Few of Their Favorites Sheet Music

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  2. Various ,
  3. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Ruth Elaine Schram ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Ruth Elaine Schram ,
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Mark Hayes ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Robert Lowry ,
  3. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  4. Pepper Choplin ,
  5. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Pepper Choplin ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Mark Hayes ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Mary McDonald ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Mary McDonald ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Lloyd Larson ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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  2. Traditional American Spiritual ,
  3. Lloyd Larson ,
  4. Larry Shackley
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Arranger Various
Composer Various
Editor Larry Shackley
Publisher Lorenz Publishing Company
Scored For Piano Solo
Pages 68
Format FOLIO
$18.00 (USD)
Scored For: Piano Solo
Composer: Various
Features: Folio
$18.00 (USD)
In this fourth installment of the “Hymns We Love” series, six of your favorite arrangers apply their skills to the melodies and rhythms of the American spiritual. Because spirituals share roots with many popular music styles, you will find more than a touch of jazz in this collection, such as Mary McDonald’s swinging “Joshua” and a driving “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel?” by Mark Hayes. But there is also a sensitive and beautiful side to this repertoire, as seen in Larry Shackley’s arrangement of “My Lord, What a Morning” and Lloyd Larson’s treatment of “There Is a Balm in Gilead.” As in previous volumes, each selection is introduced by a personal note from the arranger.