Seasons of Grace - Volume 6
Paul A. Tate
Paul A. Tate
Item #: G-8983
Paul Tate is back with this collection of newly arranged piano solos of more of your favorite hymns and songs. This time Paul arranges some popular contemporary classics, including David Haas’s “Blest Are They,” Michael Joncas’s “Come to Me,” and Marty Haugen’s “Canticle of the Sun.” Two of Lori True’s most beautiful pieces are here, too (“Quietly, Peacefully” and “Peace, Be Not Anxious”), along with a harmonically adventurous setting of “Amazing Grace” and the dark and powerful “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.” Also included are two newly composed interludes of flexible length in contrasting styles and meters. As with the previous five volumes, Seasons of Grace, Volume 6 is for intermediate players, with just a few passages requiring more advanced technique. The companion CD is not only a great listening experience, but may also be a terrific tool for beginners to have as they follow along with the score and learn to play these pieces. (See page 92 for complete contents of this collection as well as Volumes 1–5.)
Contents: Rejoice, Ye Pure In Heart; Softly and Tenderly; How Firm a Foundation; When I Survey the Wondrous Cross; Quietly, Peacefully; Interlude No. 11; Blest Are They; Come to Me; Peace, Be Not Anxious; Interlude No. 12; This Is My Father's World; O Holy Night; Canticle of the Sun; Amazing Grace
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