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Sunday Morning Organist Vol 8
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Sunday Morning Organist Vol 8

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Voicing/Format Piano Organ Duet
Desc Organ/Piano Hymn Duos
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 40543

Price: $14.99

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Sunday Morning Organist Vol 8 For Piano Organ Duet. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 40543, UPC: 038081453804)

This edition of the Sunday Morning Organist showcases innovative hymn arrangements for organ and piano. Featuring 14 popular hymns, this compilation will leave the congregation in awe of the beautiful and powerful sounds that can be achieved through the combination of these two instruments. Whether a patriotic anthem, Thanksgiving medley, or timeless hymn classic, Organ and Piano Hymn Duos will provide useful resources for worship services.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR GOD  
ALL CREATURES OF OUR GOD AND KING  
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL  
FANTASIA ON THANKSGIVING THEMES  
FOR THE BEAUTY OF THE EARTH  
FOUNDATION  
HOLY SPIRIT, LIGHT DIVINE  
HOW WONDROUS AND GREAT  
I STAND ALL AMAZED  
IMMORTAL, INVISIBLE  
MY JESUS, I LOVE THEE  
O LOVE THAT WILL NOT LET ME GO  
SEARCH ME, O GOD.  
THE LORD MY PASTURE WILL PREPARE  

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