Great Is the Lord Sheet Music (With Praise To The Lord, The Almighty) - SATB Words and music by Michael W. Smith and Deborah D. Smith / Arranged by Bruce Greer - Choral Octavo Alfred Choral Octavo Series
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You need to order a minimum of 3 copies. The price will be $5.67 in the shopping cart if you choose that quantity. In Stock. Arranger Bruce Greer merges the classic Michael W. Smith song of praise with the beloved hymn "Praise to the Lord, the Almighty" ("Lobe den Herren") to create a thrilling anthem suitable for general use in either contemporary or traditional services. The choral writing is accessible to average ability choirs and the optional inclusion of congregation makes for a memorable community worship experience. Related scripture: Psalm 145:3; Job 9:10; Romans 11:33; Psalm 150:1,2
Old ISBN Code: 0739069535
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