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Let Us Adore Him
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Let Us Adore Him

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Easy Organ Folio
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Arranger Dickey, Kate

Price: $12.95

Catalog #70/1569L

UPC code: 000308109276

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Preview Score:

Here is an offering of carols both joyous and reflective to celebrate the birth of the Christ child. Familiar carols and one charming medley of lullabies are presented in this collection, wrapped in unique and interesting settings, but sure to warm the hearts of all who hear. Suitable for preludes, postludes and offertories, these artistic and well-crafted arrangements won't take much time to prepare-a wonderful gift to every busy organist during the Christmas season-but they will be a rich addition to your worship services.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME THOU ALMIGHTY KING  
HARK THE HEARLD ANGELS SING  
LET ALL MORTAL FLESH KEEP SILENCE  
LO HOW A ROSE  
MANGER LULABIES (MEDLEY)  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL  
O HOLY NIGHT  
O MORNING STAR  
REJOICE AND BE MERRY  
THE FIRST NOEL  
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