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Marilyn Mason Music Library Vol 1, The
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Marilyn Mason Music Library Vol 1, The

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Publisher Morning Star Music Publishers

Price: $20.00

Catalog #MSM10-990

UPC code: 688670109904

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Compilation of composers: Beck, Callahan, Hamilton, Langlais, Lockwood, Young. Marilyn Mason is one of the most respected professors of organ in the United States during this generation, having taught for many years at the University of Michigan. Over the years she has commissioned numerous works by a wide variety of composers. MorningStar is publishing a series of books that include many of these commissions. The first volume includes Prelude by Gregory Hamilton, based on the hymn-tune NEW BRITAIN; Blessed Assurance by Gordon Young; Suite for Organ by John Ness Beck; Quiet Design by Normand Lockwood; Miniature by Jean Langlais; and Meditation on a Medieval Hymn-Tune by Charles Callahan based on DIVINUM MYSTERIUM.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLESSED ASSURANCE  
MEDITATION ON A MEDIEVAL HYMN TUNE  
MINIATURE  
PRELUDE  
QUIET DESIGN  
SUITE FOR ORGAN  
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