Piano part from Invitation, Repentance, Pardon

Composer
trad.
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Other

This is the second piece from A Heart To Praise My God, a service of Wesley Hymns and Lessons. It incorporates three hymns, (Invitation) Come, Sinners, To The Gospel Feast, (Repentance) Depth Of Mercy and (Pardon) And Can It Be That I Should Gain. It is scored for Organ, Piano, SATB Choir and Congregation. It was written with a specific service in mind, but could be used for any purpose. Also the purpose was for this piece to be easy for the choir to learn, yet to sound more difficult than it is to learn. There is a narration part that I have written that is available for use as well, please contact me via email if you are interested. Purchasing this arrangement entitles the purchaser to make enough copies for your entire choir.

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