Flute with Descant part from When I Survey The Wondrous Cross (Celtic Version) - Piano/Vocal

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This is a beautiful haunting tune based on the English Traditional tune "O Waly Waly" arranged with a Celtic feel. It is one of those tunes that seems to intensify on each restatement. The original words were written by Isaac Watts (1674 -1748). The descant part and introduction could be played on the flute (can be printed separately)with the piano accompaniment. Vocal Lead Sheet can also now be printed. This arrangement has been designed to fit with my full orchestral arrangement or Concert Band version. The MP3 file associated with the orchestral version is a reflection of combining the Piano/Vocal part with the orchestral score.(Revised) If you require other instrumental parts see the Concert Band or Orchestral versions. (Associated scores) If you would like a practice MP3 of the piano part only or other combinations, just email me and I will gladly send you a copy….. If you use this piece please write a review!

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