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Easter Glory

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Frederick C Maker
Arranger Michael Shea
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Grade 2
Catalog # 70/1638L

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Easter Glory Composed by Frederick C Maker. Arranged by Michael Shea. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1638L, UPC: 9780893288693)

Energize and enrich the glorious Easter experience with this compendium of exciting and brilliant preludes and postludes, all designed for the musical majesty of our risen Christ. Classic compositions, hymn tune arrangements and original creations leap off of the page in this festive collection--"Welcome, Happy Morning," indeed!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AN EASTER FANFARE PAXTON, DAVID  
AWAKE THE DAWN APPEARS SCOTT, STEVEN  
CHRIST IS RISEN ALLELUIA BALCOMBE, HENRY MAKER, FREDERICK C  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY SMITH, LANI  
EASTER DIALOGUE MARTIN, GILBERT M VULPIUS, MELCHIOR  
FLING WIDE THE GATES SMITH, LANI STAINER, JOHN  
HAIL TO THE KING PAXTON, DAVID  
HE IS RISEN HE IS RISEN BROUGHTON, EDWARD NEANDER, JOACHIM  
INTRO VAR AND FINALE ON ST. KEVIN SAXTON, STANLEY E SULLIVAN, ARTHUR  
JOY DAWNED AGAIN ON EASTER DAY SMITH, LANI PRAETORIUS, MICHAEL  
PRELUDE ON LLANFAIR SMITH, LANI WILLIAMS, ROBERT  
THE KING OF GLORY WELLS, DOROTHY  
THE STRIFE IS O'ER SMITH, LANI DA PALESTRINA, G P  
THE TRUMPET SHALL SOUND SMITH, LANI HANDEL, G F  
WELCOME HAPPY MORNING BROUGHTON, EDWARD SULLIVAN, ARTHUR S  

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