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Christmas Joy

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer James P Harding
Arranger Dennis Eliot
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Grade 2
Catalog # 70/1599L

Price: $24.00

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Christmas Joy Composed by James P Harding. Arranged by Dennis Eliot. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1599L, UPC: 9780893288365)

The beautiful spirit of Christmas will glow even brighter with the advent of this sparkling new collection of seasonal organ music. From bouncy and rhythmic settings to the lush harmonies of gentle cradle carols, these tuneful arrangements and original pieces will enhance any Christmas worship service. All selections are timed and registered for all organs.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BRIGHTEST AND BEST HUGHES, ROBERT J HARDING, JAMES P  
CAROLS OF JOY AND GLADNESS SMITH, LANI  
CHRISTMAS CANDLE ELIOT, DENNIS  
CHRISTMAS SONG (THERE'S A SONG IN THE AI WELLS, DOROTHY HARRINGTON, KARL P  
CRADLE SONG SIMONE, CARL  
FIRST NOWELL, THE PAXTON, DAVID  
GESU BAMBINO HUGHES, ROBERT J YON, PIETRO  
GO YE TO BETHLEHEM MACKLIN, HALL M  
MANGER LULLABY MARTIN, GILBERT M  
MARY'S LULLABY TO THE INFANT KING WARRINER, LUCY ANN  
OF THE FATHER'S LOVE BEGOTTEN MARTNI, GILBERT M  
ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID'S CITY SMITH, LANI GAUNTLETT, HENRY J  
PASTORALE BROUGHTON, EDWARD  
PRELUDE ON PICARDY"" SMITH, LANI  
WATCHMAN TELL US OF THE NIGHT MANSFIELD, JAMES PARRY,JOSEPH  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS? SMITH, LANI  

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