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Glad Praises We Sing Four Preludes
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Glad Praises We Sing Four Preludes

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Craig Phillips
Publisher Selah Publishing Co
Catalog # 160-814

Price: $15.00

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Product Description

Glad Praises We Sing Four Preludes Arranged by Craig Phillips. For Organ Folio. Published by Selah Publishing Co. (Catalog # 160-814)

This set contains new preludes on four much-used and popular hymn tunes. Inclu de Kremser, Hyrfrydol, Nettleton and Engelbert are provided with settings that will spark interest for organists and worshippers. KREMSER is arranged in a playful mood highlighted by the fact we never hear the complete tune, only bits and pieces underscored by a rhythmic ostinato. HYFRYDOL is a graceful pastorale, with the cantus firmus placed in the pedals on a 4' stop (you could play the pedal part on a 2' stop an octave lower if not comfortable playing in the upper region of the pedalboard). NETTLETON receives a warm, simple setting that features the Swell division; and the setting of ENGELBERG is like an Edwardian march, capturing the very spirit of Stanford. If you don't have a loud solo trumpet, you can play the solo passages on another prominent sound. Easy to moderate difficulty. All of the settings are of high quality and are highly recommended.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ENGELBERG  
HYFRYDOL  
KREMSER  
NETTLETON  

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