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Brentwood-Benson Publishing Heavenly Highway Hymns (softcover, dark red)

This classic hymnal developed by the Stamps-Baxter publishing company and released in 1956 remained as one of the top 10 music books sold for many years and continues to be one of the most popular hymnals in its class. Featuring old-time gospel standards with choral arrangements typeset in shape note style, this original captures the singing style taught in the Stamps-Baxter music schools.
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Customer Reviews for Heavenly Highway Hymns (softcover, dark red)
Review 1 for Heavenly Highway Hymns (softcover, dark red)
Overall Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5

just what I was looking for

Date:November 14, 2011
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pat the nurse
Location:chicago, il
Age:55-65
Gender:female
Quality: 
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5 out of 5
this book had what I needed for a price I could afford. it also had things I was glad to find.
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Review 2 for Heavenly Highway Hymns (softcover, dark red)
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:June 1, 2008
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Donna Zavatsky
This hymnal is full of the hymns I grew up singing at Grandma's Church. Because it is formatted in shape notes it made it easy for us to learn parts in the choir and as adults sitting in the pews. I am glad it is avail again.
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Review 3 for Heavenly Highway Hymns (softcover, dark red)
Overall Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:May 31, 2008
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Clayton Peak
This is an excellent collection of old-time gospel songs. The quality of the printing is uneven and inconsistent. Even so, anyone interested in gospel music should own a copy.
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