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Jubilate Vol IV

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Kosnik/Mcmahon
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Catalog # 97-7321

Price: $30.00

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Jubilate Vol IV Composed by Kosnik/Mcmahon. For Organ Folio. Published by Concordia Publishing House. (Catalog # 97-7321, UPC: 078777062576)

These lovely hymn preludes are perfect for use as pre-service music for weddings or at any time when these hymn tunes are used. Also, some settings include optional reproducible instrumental parts for C or B-flat instruments.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
EYE HAS NOT SEEN  
FANFARE ON SALZBURG  
HOLY GOD WE PRAISE THY NAME  
HOLY HOLY HOLY  
HYMN OF GLORY LET US SING, A  
I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE  
LORD WHOSE LOVE IN HUMBLE SERVICE  
MEDITATION ON TAKE AND EAT  
ONE BREAD ONE BODY  
PRELUDE ON CREATOR OF THE STARS OF NIGHT  
PRELUDE ON O SACRED HEAD  
PRELUDE ON SILENT NIGHT  
SHEPHERD ME O GOD  
TOCCATA ON ON JORDAN'S BANK  

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