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Easy Organ Collection Sacred Classics, T
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Easy Organ Collection Sacred Classics, T

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Tom Birchwood
Arranger Mark Barnard
Publisher Unity Music Press
Catalog # 70/1190U

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Product Description

Easy Organ Collection Sacred Classics, T Composed by Tom Birchwood. Arranged by Mark Barnard. For Organ Folio. Published by Unity Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1190U, UPC: 000308041118)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is the third great musician to be featured in this use ful series designed to make technically complicated music easier to play and e njoy. As previous volumes did for the works of Bach and Beethoven, this new ed ition brings the beautiful music of Mozart into focus for the less-experienced organist.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADAGIO WELLS, DOROTHY BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG  
ALLELUIA DAVIDSON, GARY MOZART, WOLFGANG  
HEAR ME, O LORD VEVENGER, VIVIAN DUBOIS, THEODORE  
HEAVENS ARE TELLING, THE WELLS, DOROTHY BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG  
IF WITH ALL YOUR HEARTS BIRCHWOOD, TOM MENDELSSOHN, FELIX  
JESU JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING WELLS, DOROTHY BACH, J.S.  
JOYFUL, JOYFUL WE ADORE THEE MANSFIELD, JAMES BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG  
LARGHETTO CANTABILE PRENTISS, JOSEPH VERDI, GIUSEPPE  
LITTLE POSTLUDE IN G SCOTT, STEVEN BACH, C.P.E.  
PANIS ANGELICUS ELLIS, LEE FRANCK, CESAR  
PASTORALE SMITH, LANI  
PROCESSION OF THE PRIESTS TROUTMAN, JOHN ROSSINI, GIOACCHINO  
THANKS BE TO GOD HARRIS, PATRICIA HANDEL, G.F.  
WITH GRATEFUL HEARTS SMITH, LANI BACH, J.S.  

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