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Concert Meditations

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Darwin Wolford
Publisher H W Gray Publications
Catalog # GBM0309

Price: $10.95

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Concert Meditations Arranged by Darwin Wolford. For Organ Folio. Published by H W Gray Publications. (Catalog # GBM0309, UPC: 654979061663)

Here's a must-have collection of very fine solo organ works. Some are originals inspired by Psalm texts, others are based on familiar hymn tunes, and one luscious setting on "Londonderry Air." Wolford also includes pieces based on themes by Handel and Alexander Schreiner. Although not simple, these pieces can be mastered by most organists, and all will make wonderful additions to recitals or services. Also included are preface notes describing each piece and the inspiration for the creation of these arrangements. Each piece is dedicated to a prominent organist, and some have received performance at the Mormon Tabernacle.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
I WILL SING OF MY REDEEMER  
LONDONDERRY AIR  
MEDITATION ON A THEME BY SCHREINER  
PRAYER AND RESPONSE  
THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD  
VARIATIONS ON A THEME BY HANDEL  
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