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Adoration (Movement 1 from Symphony of Prayer) (Conductor Score & Parts) (Concert Band), Sacred, #YL00-26837 By J. Eric Schmidt
Adoration (Movement 1 from <I>Symphony of Prayer</I>)


 
Adoration (Movement 1 from Symphony of Prayer) (Conductor Score & Parts) (Concert Band), Sacred, #YL00-26837 By J. Eric Schmidt

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Adoration (Movement 1 from Symphony of Prayer) (Conductor Score & Parts) (Concert Band), Sacred, #YL00-26837 : By J. Eric Schmidt : Concert Band : Conductor Score & Parts : Sacred : Alfred Concert Band : 4 (Medium Difficult)
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A gently mysterious introduction leads us on a lyrical journey that culminates with a powerful and majestic final statement. This first movement from Symphony of Prayer explores the various quiet, and not so quiet manners, in which adoration can be expressed. Two beautiful and austere themes highlight this deeply personal and moving work. This title is available in SmartMusic.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Conductor Score & Parts
Instrument Concert Band
Genre Sacred
Category Concert Band
Level 4 (Medium Difficult)
Pages188
Shipping Weight2.25   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 00-26837
Product Code YL00-26837
UPC Code38081299341
Grade Description-4

J. Eric Schmidt : Composer

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