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Last-Second Solutions

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Hymn Preludes
Arranger James Southbridge
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Grade 1
Catalog # 70/1639L

Price: $24.00

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Last-Second Solutions Arranged by James Southbridge. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1639L, UPC: 9780893288709)

Like most organists, you are probably on a constant lookout for new, fresh, interesting hymn settings to help you through many a busy church year. Well, here they are! Between the covers of this sumptuous collection are sixteen of Christendom's finest hymns, all delightfully arranged and realized, all artfully designed and organist-friendly. Registrations for all organs and accurate timings are also included. Keep this attractive multi-purpose volume handy--you'll use it often!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLESSED ASSURANCE BROUGHTON, EDWARD  
GUIDE ME O THOU GREAT JEHOVAH TURNER, HUMPHREY  
HE LEADETH ME BLISS, THOMAS  
I'VE FOUND A FRIEND O SUCH A FRIEND MANSFIELD, JAMES  
LORD I'M COMING HOME MOORE, DONALD LEE  
LORD LIFT ME UP AND LET ME STAND KEENEY, SUSANNA  
LOVE LIFTED ME SMITH, LANI  
MEDITATION ON BEACH SPRING DENTON, JAMES  
O WORD OF GOD INCARNATE HARRIS, JANET  
ON CHRIST THE SOLID ROCK I STAND MASON, ADAM  
POSTLUDE ON MILES LANE STOCKTON, WILL  
PRELUDE ON ITALIAN HYMN BROUGHTON, EDWARD  
SAVIOR LIKE A SHEPHERD LEAD US HUGHES, ROBERT J  
SEND THE LIGHT TURNER, HUMPHREY  
SOFTLY AND TENDERLY STOCKTON, WILL  
STAND UP STAND UP FOR JESUS SMITH, LANI  

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