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Power and Praise

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Albert J Jeffery
Arranger Dennis Eliot
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Series Hermas
Grade 2
Catalog # 70/1699L

Price: $24.00

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Power and Praise Composed by Albert J Jeffery. Arranged by Dennis Eliot. For Organ Folio. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 70/1699L, UPC: 9781429106870)

These fifteen organ settings, many based on familiar hymns, will provide a fitting musical background for any and all celebratory occasions. Especially appropriate for the opening of the church year and various triumphant services of energy and adoration, this volume is an invaluable and exciting volume for the organist. (For assistance in programming, accurate timings and registrations are included.)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL NOW SING FORTH IN PRAISE BROUGHTON, EDWARD  
ANCIENT OF DAYS CHESTERTON, THOMAS JEFFERY, ALBERT J  
AWAKE! THE DAWN APPEARS! SCOTT, STEVEN  
CEREMONIAL MARCH KOURY, REX  
FESTIVAL MARCH POWELL, ROBERT J  
NOW HERALD WE THE KING PAXTON, DAVID  
O GOD, OUR HELP IN AGES PAST BLISS, THOMAS CROFT, WILLIAM  
O WORSHIP THE KING PAXTON, DAVID HAYDEN, MICHAEL  
ON OUR WAY REJOICING SMITH, LANI HAVERGAL, FRANCES R  
POSTLUDE IN G KIHLKEN, HENRY  
PRAISE THE LORD, WHO REIGNS TRIUMPHANT PAXTON, DAVID  
REJOICE, THE LORD IS KING SMITH, LANI DARWALL, JOHN  
SING TO THE LORD OF HARVEST ELIOT, DENNIS STEURLEIN, JOHANN  
SOLDIERS OF THE LORD HILL, FOREST  
THE BRIGHTEST TRUMPET RITTER, FRANKLIN  

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