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Christmas Prayludes

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Dix/English Carol
Arranger Ruth Elaine Schram
Publisher H W Gray Publications
Series Classical And Sacred Orga
Catalog # GBM0203

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Christmas Prayludes Composed by Dix/English Carol. Arranged by Ruth Elaine Schram. For Organ Folio. Published by H W Gray Publications. (Catalog # GBM0203, UPC: 654979033479)

This collection includes eight favorite Christmas season titles arranged for the intermediate-level organist. Each is set in a reflective mood, thus perfect for Christmas Eve service prelude music. Included are such favorites as Come Thou Long-Expected Jesus, O Come O Come Emmanuel, Infant Holy Infant Lowly, Joy to the World, What Child Is This and others. You will find these arrangements useful in any denomination.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS SING  
COME THOU LONG-EXPECTED JESUS SCHRAM/TUCKER  
INFANT HOLY INFANT LOWLY SCHRAM/TUCKER  
JOY TO THE WORLD SCHRAM/TUCKER  
LIFT UP YOUR HEADS YE MIGHTY GATES SCHRAM/TUCKER  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL SCHRAM/TUCKER  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS SCHRAM/TUCKER DIX/ENGLISH CAROL  

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