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Voicing/Instrumentation: Piano Solo

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Comments for this piece:
From Brittany: Nice short, sweet piece for playing as special music. It has frills but not so many that the original song is lost in them. Thanks for sharing!
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From Sarah: Beautiful piece! Amy, please do more songs like this. So inspiring! Thanks!
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From chase : Thank you so much Amy, this made my day. This song makes me feel a way that no other song has ever made me feel! Thanks again.
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From anna: thanks so much for this
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From DeAnn: Awesome arrangement. Played it for my sons farewell (per his request) Thank You!
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From Abby: so beautiful! Thanks so much!
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More about Amy Potter:
Born and raised in Portsmouth, Ohio, Amy studied piano from age 8 to age 13. After years of travel and travail, she returned to her hometown area and received Christ as her Savior. She is married, and her husband, Woody, helps record her piano instrumental mp3s in a small home studio. She has played accompaniment for choirs and for special music and is now one of the pianists at Victory Baptist Church in West Portsmouth, Ohio. Amy enjoys composing gospel songs and arranging piano accompaniments for vocalists. She also enjoys playing special arrangements of public domain hymns. Her style is a combination of Christian/Southern Gospel/Folk/Ragtime. She is a self-taught composer. Amy gives God the glory for all that she has accomplished.
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