Picture Me Dancing
Sheet Music composed by Ryan Chesser
Picture Me Dancing, composed by Ryan Chesser, is an elegant lyrical solo for intermediates. This selection is part of the Winds of Change songbook.
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About the composer
Ryan Chesser holds a Bachelor’s degree in church music from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, where he lives with his wife and daughter. He began writing music for piano and other instruments in 2000, and now enjoys electronic music production as well. He has been serving in local churches with contemporary praise bands since 2007, and is very passionate about biblical studies.
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