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Reformation Suite

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer William B Bradbury
Arranger James Pethel
Publisher The Sacred Music Press
Grade 3
Catalog # 70/1607S

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Reformation Suite Composed by William B Bradbury. Arranged by James Pethel. For Organ Folio. Published by The Sacred Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1607S, UPC: 9780893288419)

Reformation Sunday is an important liturgical festival celebrated by Christians of many Protestant denominations, and is usually celebrated on the last Sunday in October. Besides the great Martin Luther statement A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, hymns celebrating the Church's heritage and God's nature are quite common during the service, and this vibrant, colorful collection of organ music reflects this holy day, with a bright setting of SOLID ROCK, a dance-like McKEE, a calm and gentle WELLESLEY, and, of course, a majestic EIN' FESTE BURG IST UNSER GOTT.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD LUTHER, MARTIN  
IN CHRIST THERE IS NO EAST OR WEST BURLEIGH, HARRY  
MY HOPE IS BUILT ON NOTHING LESS BRADBURY, WILLIAM B  
THERE'S A WIDENESS IN GOD'S MERCY TOURJEE, LIZZIE S  

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