O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

Sheet Music arranged by Robyn Fehrenbacher

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O Sacred Head Now Wounded, the classic Passion hymn, arranged by Robyn Fehrenbacher. This reflective minor key piece is perfect for preludes, offertories, and communion church services year round, as well as during the season of Lent and Easter.

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About the arranger

Robyn Fehrenbacher

Robyn Fehrenbacher

Robyn Fehrenbacher has enjoyed the journey of being a pianist for over four decades. She runs a successful piano studio in Brandon, Mississippi, where she loves composing music for her students. Robyn enjoys spending time with friends and family, including her husband and their four children.

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Pamela
Pamela
Reviewed on April 12, 2017Verified purchase
Thank you Robyn for the beautiful arrangement. I played for offertory this past week.
Pamela
Pamela
Reviewed on May 2, 2016Verified purchase
Building my inventory for 2016 and 2017 offertories and found this arrangement. The more I practice, the more I appreciate Robyn's talent. I am looking forward to playing prior to Easter. So reflective of the price my Savior paid on the cross.
Karen
Karen
Reviewed on April 5, 2016Verified purchase
I purchased this Lenten favorite arranged by Robyn Fehrenbacher to use for Maundy Thursday worship. After practicing it, it was "stuck" in my head for days. It was perfectly contemplative and struck "the right chord" for our somber Holy Week services. Keep writing, Robyn. I'll be purchasing.