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Pipe Dusters Vol 3
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Pipe Dusters Vol 3

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Larry Pugh
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 70/1088L

Price: $24.00

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Pipe Dusters Vol 3 Arranged by Larry Pugh. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1088L, UPC: 000308028034)

Don't be fooled by the title or cover art! This is not a "how to" book on organ chamber housekeeping! The subtitle tells the story: "a 'pull-out-all-stops' collection for the church organist." It's a known fact (well, almost!) that all organists (well, almost!) LOVE to play loud music, and that all listeners (well, almost!) enjoy it. Therefore, PIPE DUSTERS VOLUME III, will provide appropriate music for any worship service (or other occasion, including weddings) when brilliant, festive organ music is desired. A quick look at the impressive index (and an examination of the music itself) will prove the point. Dust your pipes (or speakers) frequently by using this unusual new collection.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHRIST FOR THE WORLD WE SING  
CHRIST THE LORD IS RISEN TODAY  
FANFARE  
FANFARE TO A FESTIVE OCCASION  
FESTIVE INTROIT  
FINALE IN C MINOR  
LAUDATION  
LIFE EVERLASTING  
NOW ALL THE VAULT OF HEAVEN RESOUNDS  
POSTLUDE IN C  
RESURRECTION FANFARE, A  
RISE O CHILDREN OF SALVATION  
SING TO HIS NAME  
SING TO THE LORD OF HARVEST  
TRUMPET POSTLUDE  
TRUMPETS OF HEAVEN, THE  

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