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An Easy Christmas Collection For Organ
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An Easy Christmas Collection For Organ

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Hugh S Livingston
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1016

Price: $9.95

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An Easy Christmas Collection For Organ Arranged by Hugh S Livingston. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1016, UPC: 000308018295)

Eighteen familiar carol melodies and original Christmas pieces make up this attractive collection of easy organ music for a joyous yuletide. In addition, two of the works are especially appropriate for the Epiphany season.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND THE GLORY OF THE LORD  
ANGEL TO THE SHEPHERDS SPOKE, AN  
CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS  
CHRISTMAS CAROL MEDLEY  
CHRISTMAS LULLABY  
FIRST NOEL, THE  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING  
IN A STABLE BARE  
IN BETHLEHEM HE WAS BORN  
IN THE BLEAK MID WINTER  
MEDITATION ON SILENT NIGHT  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL  
O HOLY CHILD  
PEACEFUL MOMENT  
POSTLUDE ON ANTIOCH  
PROCESSION OF THE MAGI  
RECITATIVE AND CHORALE  
SNOW LAY ON THE GROUND, THE  
STAR IN THE EAST, THE  
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