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Organ Music For The Seasons Vol 2
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Organ Music For The Seasons Vol 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Henry Smart
Arranger Edwin Johnson
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Catalog # 0800658779

Price: $19.95

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Organ Music For The Seasons Vol 2 Composed by Henry Smart. Arranged by Edwin Johnson. For Organ Folio. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0800658779, UPC: 9780800658779)

Volume two brings together a diverse range of accomplished composers, with a multitude of musical styles, and emotions. The result is the follow-up to the widely successful volume one. With this collection, organists are provided with another large anthology--for those who seek to add diversity and variety to their repertoire. Many seasons of the church are represented, and the mixture of compositions provides both captivating free-style arrangements as well as traditional hymntune based pieces. Hymntunes: Conditor alme siderum, Divinium mysterium, Gelobt sei Gott, Gloria Peru, Jesus Thou Art Coming, Kuortane, Martins, Potsdam, Regent Square and Thaxted.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY JOHNSON, EDWIN SMART, HENRY  
CORNET PROCESSIONAL DAHL, DAVID  
ELEGY ON THAXTED FRUHAUF, ENNIS HOLST, GUSTAV  
GLORY TO GOD GLORY IN THE HIGHEST PORTER, EMILY  
GOOD CHRISTIAN FRIENDS REJOICE AND SING PETERSON, LYNN VULPIUS, MELCHIOR  
JESUS THOU ART COMING UEHLEIN, CHRISTOPHER  
MOTET FOR CHRIST THE KING SCHAFFNER, JOHN  
SUITE FOR ORGAN BELOW, ROBERT  

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