Item description for What Can I Play on Sunday?, Bk 5; September & October Services (10 Easily Prepared Piano Arrangements) by Cindy Berry...
What Can I Play on Sunday? is a series of six books, each book designed for busy pianists who may have limited rehearsal time. Book 5 includes selections for holidays and holy days that occur during September and October, including World Communion Sunday, Laity Sunday, Reformation Sunday and Communion, as well as several general hymns. Titles: Amazing Grace * Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation * Jesus, Lord, We Look to Thee * Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone * My Lord, What a Morning * Rejoice, the Lord Is King * Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus * Take the Name of Jesus with You * There Is a Fountain * 'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus.
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Studio: Alfred Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.7" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2012
Publisher Alfred Publishing
ISBN 0739053132 ISBN13 9780739053133 UPC 038081330297
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Cindy Berry Does It Again! Sep 23, 2008
As a pianist, I am a big fan of Cindy Berry. She seems to know the right balance between challenging and showy. I often have to play last minute offertories at my church (and I mean finding out just a few minutes before the service) so this series is perfect for someone like me. There are six books according to the seasons and holidays. There are many good hymns that are arranged in such a way as to be playable without being boring. I am much indebted to Mrs. Berry for the great arrangements that I have been able to depend on in a pinch. I highly recommend this to church pianists that have to play a lot of piano solos!