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Ten Chorale Improvisations Set 4
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Ten Chorale Improvisations Set 4

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Desc Commemorative Edition
Arranger Paul Manz
Publisher Morning Star Music Publishers
Catalog # MSM10-354

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Ten Chorale Improvisations Set 4 Arranged by Paul Manz. For Organ Folio. Published by Morning Star Music Publishers. (Catalog # MSM10-354, UPC: 688670103544)

Set 4 of the commemorative edition of the Ten Chorale Improvisation books that made Paul Manz such a well respected composer. Written over a period of time from 1968 to 1980, and include some of the most well-known works of Paul Manz. Each volume contains a biography of Dr. Manz, full indexes of his complete works as well as historical information.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL GLORY LAUD AND HONOR SETTING 3 MANZ, PAUL BFL  
ARISE O CHRISTIAN PEOPLE (MANUALITER) MANZ, PAUL F  
CHRISTIANS WHILE ON EARTH ABIDING MANZ, PAUL F  
COME HOLY GHOST OUR SPIRITS INSPIRE MANZ, PAUL BFL  
CREATOR SPIRIT HEAVENLY DOVE MANZ, PAUL BFL  
DEAR CHRISTIANS ONE AND ALL MANZ, PAUL F  
GOD THE FATHER BE OUR STAY MANZ, PAUL C  
O CHRIST THOU LAMB OF GOD MANZ, PAUL F  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL SETTING 1 MANZ, PAUL EMI  
PRAISE GOD FROM WHOM ALL BLESSINGS FLOW MANZ, PAUL G  
WAKE AWAKE FOR NIGHT IS FLYING SETTING 2 MANZ, PAUL C  

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