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Foot-Free Preludes For Organ

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer David Paxton
Arranger Dorothy Wells
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1168L

Price: $18.00

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Foot-Free Preludes For Organ Composed by David Paxton. Arranged by Dorothy Wells. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1168L, UPC: 000308035131)

For manuals only, this new collection offers 13 easy preludes appropriate for the worship service. The contents include arrangements of three hymns and two classics, as well as eight original selections. Most of the selections are for general use and playable on all organs.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A QUIET BLESSING VEVENGER, VIVIAN  
ABIDE WITH ME LEWIS, ERIC MONK, WILLIAM HENRY  
CELEBRATION PAXTON, DAVID  
CROSS OF SORROW KEENEY, SUSANNA  
DAY BY DAY SMITH, LANI AHNFELT, OSCAR  
FOR LO, THE WINTER IS PAST SMITH, LANI  
I AM HIS AND HE IS MINE SAWYER, RACHEL MOUNTAIN, JAMES  
LITTLE OFFERTORY IN D BROUGHTON, EDWARD  
OUT OF THE DEPTHS SMITH, LANI  
PRAISE YE THE FATHER GOUNOD, CHARLES  
THE PENITENT HEART RITTER, FRANKLIN  
THEME FROM SONATA NO 6 FOR VIOLIN AND PI WATKINS, TRENTON MOZART, W A  
TO WALK IN FAITH PAXTON, DAVID  

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