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In The Bleak Midwinter
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In The Bleak Midwinter

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Carol Settings
Composer Emily Maxson Porter
Arranger Emily Maxson Porter
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Grade Moderate
Catalog # 0800663957

Price: $16.00

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In The Bleak Midwinter Composed by Emily Maxson Porter. Arranged by Emily Maxson Porter. For Organ Folio. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0800663957, UPC: 9780800663957)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AS THE DARK AWAITS THE DAWN PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
COME THOU LONG EXPECTED JESUS PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
CREATOR OF THE STARS OF NIGHT  
FLING WIDE THE DORR PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
I AM SO GLAD EACH CHRISTMAS EVE PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
JOY TO THE WORLD PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
LO HE COMES WITH CLOUDS DESCENDING PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
O SLEEP NOW HOLY BABY PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
PARTITA ON SAVIOR OF THE NATIONS COME PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
PEACE CAME TO EARTH AND FROM HEAVEN ABOV PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  
REJOICE REJOICE BELIEVERS PORTER, EMILY MAXSON  

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