Sacred Instrumental Duets (Score and Parts)
Ed. Jean Anne Shafferman
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Sacred Instrumental Duets offers a treasure trove of inspiring instrumental worship music that is flexibly conceived for performance by any combination of Bb or C instruments. Arranged with the "average" instrumentalist in mind, each of the duets may be played by oboe, flute, violin, clarinet or trumpet in various pairings at the director's discretion. Supportive keyboard accompaniments complement the duets and reflect the outstanding talents of Jay Althouse, Mark Hayes, Lloyd Larson, Patrick M. Liebergen and Anna Laura Page. The five selections offer diverse styles and span the entire church year. Reproducible instrumental parts are included for instruments in both keys. Additionally, both a full performance/accompaniment CD recording and a book/CD kit are available separately. Titles Include: All Creatures of Our God and King (Althouse) * Come with Thanksgiving! (Larson) * Pachelbel's Canon (Liebergen) * Near the River (Page) * Sing Joy! (Hayes)
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-22058
Northwest Product Number: 106-1919-00-001
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