Ten advanced piano arrangements in slightly different styles to interest most pianists.
The Old Rugged Cross
Arranged for advanced pianists with traditional old church
7 pages. Keys of G-flat, A, and B.
At the Cross
This arrangement begins very open and free, enticing the
listener to reflect on the words of the old hymns. As the arrangement
continues, the music progresses in complexity, ending with a hint of Southern
5 pages. Keys of E-flat and C.
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
A slow-paced, thought-provoking arrangement of “When I
Survey” with a notable left hand portion.
6 pages. Keys of C, B-flat, and D-flat.
O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
Arranged with an epic flavor for advanced pianists, full of
arpeggios and octaves.
5 pages. Keys of E minor and A minor.
Beneath the Cross of Jesus
An old hymn reimagined with lush, moving chords for advanced
6 pages. Keys of C, B-flat, and G.
I Stand Amazed in the Presence
Advanced piano hymn solo with a light jazz/easy listening
4 pages. Key of E-flat.
Hallelujah! What a Savior (Man of Sorrows, What a Name)
The old favorite is combined with a unique and original
melody in this advanced solo hymn arrangement.
4 pages. Key of A-flat.
A Southern Gospel flavor in an advanced piano setting.
6 pages. Keys of A and F-sharp major.
Down at the Cross (Glory to His Name)
A reflective arrangement for advanced solo church pianists.
5 pages. Keys of D and B-flat.
Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross (In the Cross)
A lilting arrangement of “In the Cross” for advanced
pianists with a small hint of jazz.
5 pages. Keys of D, B-flat, and E-flat.