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SATB Piano Thanksgiving
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$2.95
With brilliant fanfare in grateful praise to the living God, “Thanks and Blessing Flow” masterfully incorporates the traditional “Now Thank We All Our God” with a new setting of the doxology t…
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* This song is a Powerpoint presentation with notes and lyrics, suitable for projection.
* Each song comes in 15 different formats. (See free sample)
* It does not include audio or a printable score…
Piano SATB Thanksgiving
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Majestically flowing, this Tom Fettke original features both familiar melody and text. The text from “Praise God from Whom All Blessing Flow” has been set to new music and the traditional “Sing…
PowerPoint
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$2.99
* This song is a Powerpoint presentation with notes and lyrics, suitable for projection.
* Each song comes in 15 different formats. (See free sample)
* It does not include audio or a printable score…
SATB SAB Piano Christmas
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$2.60
A buoyant anthem utilizing the melody commonly sung with “I Saw Three Ships,” this is a joyous celebration of Christ’s birth. An abundance of unison passages along with the option of singing thi…
PowerPoint
File download from Digital Songs and Hymns
$2.99
* This song is a Powerpoint presentation with notes and lyrics, suitable for projection.
* Each song comes in 15 different formats. (See free sample)
* It does not include audio or a printable score…
Bass SATB
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$3.20
Exultant in its relentless energy, this vibrant anthem of praise incorporates the Doxology first homophonically and then polyphonically and is book-ended by vigorous choral “alleluias” while being…

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