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Easter Glory

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Hans Leo Hassler
Arranger Garrett Parker
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1372L

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Easter Glory Composed by Hans Leo Hassler. Arranged by Garrett Parker. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1372L, UPC: 000308060577)

The splendor of the pivotal moment in Christendom is magnificently under-scored in this vibrant collection of service music for Easter. From the meditative prelude on Hassler's Passion Chorale for Lent to the exultant rendition of Christ The Lord Is Risen Today, this assembly of preludes, postludes, and offertories provides a ready resource for the organist who wants solid, well-written music for the Lenten and Easter season.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEUTIFUL SAVIOR PAXTON, DAVID  
CHORAL PRELUDE ON PASSION CHORALE"" BROUGHTON, EDWARD HASSLER, HANS LEO  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY SMITH, LANI  
GLORY IN THE CROSS SOUTHRIDGE, JAMES  
HE IS RISEN! HE IS RISEN! BROUGHTON, EDWARD NEANDER, JOACHIM  
RESURRECTION JOY SEWELL, GREGG  
RESURRECTION MORN BALCOMBE, HENRY  
RIDE ON, O KING, RIDE ON MARTIN, GILBERT M  
WERE YOU THERE WOOD, DALE  
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