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Pedal-Less Harmonizations For Carol Sing
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Pedal-Less Harmonizations For Carol Sing

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Lani Smith
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1544L

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Pedal-Less Harmonizations For Carol Sing Arranged by Lani Smith. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1544L, UPC: 000308109290)

With the success of the first volume of "Pedal-Less Harmonizations for Hymn Singing" (70/1540L), we asked Mr. Smith to oblige us with a second volume dedicated to music for the yuletide season. And he did, beautifully. The idea is rather simple: a first verse involves playing the bass line on a separate 16' combination in the left hand (imitating the organ pedal) while the right hand plays all the other notes on another manual. The second verse offers the possibility of both hands on one manual and, if desired, a third verse with a free harmonization to add a special "lift" to the singing. A wonderful seasonal collection for the novice organist or for the pianist making the transition to organ.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADESTE FIDELES WADE, JOHN F  
ANTIOCH HANDEL, GF  
CAROL WILLIS, ROBERT S  
CHESTERFIELD HAWEIS, THOMAS  
GLORIA TRADITIONAL FRENCH  
GREENSLEEVES TRADITIONAL ENGLISH  
HAF TRONES LAMPA FARDIG SWEDISH FOLK TUNE  
MENDELSSOHN MENDELSSOHN, FELIX  
PICARDY TRADITIONAL FRENCH  
REGENT SQUARE SMART, HENRY T  
ST LOUIS REDNER, LEWIS H  
STUTTGART WITT, CHRISTOPHER F  
THE FIRST NOWELL TRADITIONAL ENGLISH  
VENI EMMANUEL HELMORE, THOMAS  
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