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Mozart Made Practical Vol II
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Mozart Made Practical Vol II

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Archive Edition
Composer W A Mozart
Arranger Dorothy Wells
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # KK512

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Product Description

Mozart Made Practical Vol II Composed by W A Mozart. Arranged by Dorothy Wells. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # KK512, UPC: 000308013344)

In recognition of the 200th anniversary of the death of this gifted and prolific comoser, we present more of MOZART- Vol. II, that is! Considered by many to be the greatest composer of all time, we present our most recent addition to our popular MADE PRACTICAL series. All twelve dignified and artistic arrangements are of moderate difficulty and are appropriate for use in the worship service as preludes and offertories. Printed on three staves with registrations included for pipe, electronic, and Hammond organs.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADAGIO BROUGHTON, EDWARD MOZART  
ALLELUIA SMITH, LANI MOZART  
ANDANTE CON MOTO SMITH, LANI MOZART  
ARIA TRANQUILLO SMITH, LANI MOZART  
AVE VERUM SMITH, LANI MOZART  
BALLETTO SMITH, LANI MOZART  
CANZONA SMITH, LANI MOZART  
CONTEMPLATION CHESTERTON, THOMAS MOZART  
FANTASIA TROUTMAN, JOHN MOZART  
GRANT US THY PEACE WELLS,DOROTHY MOZART  
HOW GLORIOUS IS THY NAME SIMONE, CARL MOZART  
LARGHETTO BLAKE, GEORGE MOZART  

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