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Prelude and Jubilee
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Prelude and Jubilee

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Organ Duet
Composer Dale Wood
Publisher The Sacred Music Press
Catalog # 70/1145S

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Prelude and Jubilee Composed by Dale Wood. For Piano Organ Duet. Published by The Sacred Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1145S, UPC: 000308035186)

The ethereal harmonies of the Prelude paint a musical picture that is hauntingly beautiful. A soaring melodic line is heard over lush, sustained harmonies which are characteristic of the impressionistic works of Debussy. In the Jubilee, the organ part dances jauntily against a driving 3+3+2rhythm that is heard in the piano part. The interplay between instruments is captivating, but requires competent performers. The movements may be performed individually in a worship service, if desired. Performed together, they are well-suited for service or recital. Two copies required for performance.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
JUBILEE  
PRELUDE  
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