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Piano SATB Vocal Solo/Duet Medium Difficulty
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Charles Albert Tindley was one of the "fathers" of American Gospel music. "Stand By Me" was one of his best known and most loved pieces. The beginning of this arrangement captures the energy of the or…
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Arranger Larry Shackley adds this spirited setting of Charles Tindley's gospel song to his popular series of high energy blues-gospel settings for church and school choirs alike. A highlight of this…
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Series: AACMS. Accompaniment: Piano. Pages: 12. Liturgical/Seasonal: OT 19 A. Language: English.
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A rousing collection of classic gospel hymns are sewn together by composer Joel Raney, using the key command to "stand up" in faith and trust in God. This enthusiastic medley is a compelling toe tappe…
SATB Sheet Music
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A rousing collection of classic gospel hymns are sewn together by composer Joel Raney, using the key command to "stand up" in faith and trust in God. This enthusiastic medley is a compelling toe tappe…
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