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American Band Journal #76 (327-331)

Product Code: 1300396

Band Music for Evangelism
Edited by Dr. Dorothy Gates

Preface
Seasoned composers have contributed to this issue of the American Band Journal. Conductors will find a useful variety of music for worship and concert settings.

James Curnow's march "Boundless Army" is very approachable and has a feel of Americana. Andrew Mackereth's march "Joyful Intercessors" is a Salvation Army style march through and through, with great evangelical appeal, featuring the old marching song "Whosoever Heareth."

The other items are more contemplative in nature. Roger Trigg's transcription of the "The Prayer" will not only be recognizable by the general public but will work in almost any setting. David Catherwood's beautiful cornet solo based on "Amazing Grace" will also find a home in many programs.

Rounding out this issue is Douglas Court's Meditation "O Live Thy Life in Me." This meditative music will have special meaning to Salvationists but will be appreciated by any audience. Enjoy the music. Be blessed!

Ronald Waiksnoris
Territorial Music Secretary

# Genre Title Composer/arranger Preview
327 March Boundless Army James Curnow (ASCAP) Score
328 Cornet Solo How Sweet the Sound American Melody, arr. David Catherwood Score
329 Hymn Tune Arrangement O Live Thy Life in Me! Harry Anderson, arr. Douglas Court (ASCAP) Score
330 The Prayer David Foster & Carole Bayer Sager, arr. Roger Trigg Score
331 March Joyful Intercessors Andrew Mackereth Score
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