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    Salvation Army Solo - Jesus Is Strong to Deliver - Dave Werden

    Lookie what I found! It a solo I played at a guest recital, probably in the mid 1980's. I wish I could remember where! Anyway, it went pretty well.

    https://youtu.be/wZI41ei3s9M




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    Well done, as always Dave! I don’t think I’ve heard this hymn before - well thought out and great sounding theme and variations in any case.
    - Scott

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    Nicely done, Dave!
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    Very nice Dave! I don’t think I’ve ever heard that hymn either.
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