Sheet Music arranged by Debbie Center
This traditional Passover song is thoughtfully arranged by Debbie Center. Its hauntingly beautiful melody switches hands throughout the piece, offering a unique learning opportunity voicing the melody in the left hand while toning down the right hand.
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Digital Sheet Music
Eliyahu Hanavi (Digital: Single User)
Eliyahu Hanavi (Digital: Studio License)
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About the arranger
Debbie Center grew up in Littleton, Colorado, where she taught piano, zither, and was the Director of Music for a Montessori preschool. Inspired by the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of her current home in Northern Minnesota’s Lake Country, she combines her passions for music and photography into compositions that transport you to the tranquility of lake life and honor the beautiful music found in nature.
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