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Encore Encore

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Bg0961
Composer R Lowry
Arranger Joyce Jones
Publisher Fred Bock Music Co.
Series Piano Solo Mixed Folio
Catalog # 00310635

Price: $18.95

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Product Description

Encore Encore Composed by R Lowry. Arranged by Joyce Jones. For Organ Folio. Published by Fred Bock Music Co.. (Catalog # 00310635, UPC: 073999106350)

This organ collection commemorates musical great Fred Bock. It is appropriately named not only for Fred's accomplishments and contributions to the sacred organ world, but also because Fred's own organ collection was named Encore. Featuring many of Fred's closest friends, this unprecedented memorial includes original organ compositions in tribute to Fred by Fred Swann, Diane Bish, Mark Thallender and many others, plus stories and personal remembrances.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AT THE RIVER LOWRY,R  
CROSS OF CHRIST,THE JONES,JOYCE  
FANTASY ON HYFRYDOL PICHARD,ROWLAND  
GREAT IS THY FAITHFULNESS  
I WOULD BE TRUE PEEK,JOSEPH  
LIFT HIGH THE CROSS NICHOLSON,S.H.  
NICAEA (HOLY HOLY HOLY) DYKES,JOHN  
PEACE PERFECT PEACE CALDBECK,G  
SPIRIT OF GOD DESCEND UPON MY HEART ATKINSON,F  
WHERE ALL IS PEACE SMITH,KIMO  

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