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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Traditional French
Arranger David Cherwein
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Series David Cherwein Hymn Inter
Catalog # 70/1441S

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Christmas Composed by Traditional French. Arranged by David Cherwein. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1441S, UPC: 000308071108)

Brighten your library of seasonal organ repertoire with this comprehensive collection of holiday hymn arrangements by one of this country's leading composers of church music. The settings, short and compact in nature, are useful in any number of situations, whether for preludes, interludes, offertories or postludes during Advent and Christmas.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH TRADITIONAL FRENCH  
CHRISTIANS AWAKE WAINWRIGHT, JOHN  
COME THOU LONG EXPECTED JESUS WALKER, W  
IN A LOWLY MANGER BORN ABE, SEIGI  
IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR WILLIS, RICHARD  
JOY TO THE WORLD HANDEL, G F  
LET ALL MORTAL FLESH KEEP SILENT FRENCH FOLK TUNE  
LO HOW A ROSE  
O COME, ALLYE FAITHFUL LATIN HYMN  
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM REDNER, LEWIS  
ON JORDAN'S BANKS THE BAPTIST'S CRY PRAETORIUS, MICHAEL  
WAKE AWAKE FOR NIGHT IS FLYING NICOLAI, PHILIPP  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS 16TH CENT. ENGLISH  

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