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Come & Praise Vol 2
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Come & Praise Vol 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Thomas Pavlechko
Arranger Mark Sedio
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Grade Medium
Catalog # 0806696928

Price: $19.50

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Come & Praise Vol 2 Composed by Thomas Pavlechko. Arranged by Mark Sedio. For Organ Folio. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0806696928, UPC: 9780806696928)

A collection of creative hymn introductions and voluntaries all written in an accessible style. These useful and well-crafted selections are perfect options when your rehearsal time is limited.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLESSED BE THE GOD OF ISRAEL  
CHRIST IS RISEN SHOUT HOSANNA PAVLECHKO, THOMAS  
DAY OF ARISING SCHALK  
DAY YOU GAVE US LORD HAS ENDED, THE SCHOLEFIELD, CLEMENT  
GOD WHO STRETCHED THE SPANGLED HEAVENS WALKER, W  
GOD WHOSE FARM IS ALL CREATION LONG, LARRY J  
JESUS ON THE MOUNTAIN PEAK  
LIGHT DAWNS ON A WEARY WORLD ROWAN, WILLIAM  
LORD SPEAK TO US THAT WE MAY SPEAK SCHUMANN, ROBERT  
MOTHERING GOD YOU GAVE ME BIRTH JENNINGS, CAROLYN  
O DAY OF PEACE PARRY, C HUBERT  
O GOD OF LIGHT CABENA, H BARRIE  
O LORD NOW LET YOUR SERVANT  
OPEN NOW THY GATES OF BEAUTY NEANDER, JOACHIM  
RISE O SUN OF RIGHTEOUSNESS  
SALVATION UNTO US HAS COME  
SEED THAT IN EARTH IS DYING HERRESTHAL, HARALD  
SENT FORTH BY GOD'S BLESSING  

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