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Eight Chorale Preludes For Manuals Only

Eight Chorale Preludes For Manuals Only

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Martin Luther
Arranger Aaron David Miller
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Catalog # 0800677560
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Eight Chorale Preludes For Manuals Only Composed by Martin Luther. Arranged by Aaron David Miller. For Organ Folio. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0800677560, UPC: 9780800677565)

Crafted in styles ranging from light jazz to playful Baroque, these hands-alone settings are a marvelous addition to the catalog. Composed for the organ, they could also work on small instruments or keyboards, and thematically fit a variety of occasions. While they are relatively easy to play, Miller provides great harmonic and rhythmic interest and sophistication. Tunes: Balm in Gilead; Ein feste Burg; Ellacombe; Greensleeves; Bunessan; Prospect; Song 13; Truro

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD MILLER, AARON DAVID LUTHER, MARTIN  
CHRIST IS ALIVE! LET CHRISTIANS SING  
HOLY SPIRIT TRUTH DIVINE  
MORINING HAS BROKEN OR BAPTIZED IN WATER  
O DAY OF REST ORHOSANNA LOUD HOSANNA  
THE HILLS ARE BARE AT BETHLEHEM  
THERE IS A BALM IN GILEAD  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS  

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