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Three Meditations For Organ
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Three Meditations For Organ

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Voicing/Format Organ Solo
Composer Ryan Patten
Publisher Morning Star Music Publishers
Catalog # MSM10-785

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Three Meditations For Organ Composed by Ryan Patten. For Organ Solo. Published by Morning Star Music Publishers. (Catalog # MSM10-785, UPC: 688670107856)

A collection of three pieces on well-known hymn tunes, offering some useful organ solos to the church organist. How Firm a Foundation (FOUNDATION) is an expressive and thoughtful reflection on the American hymn. The God of Abraham Praise (LEONI/YIGDAL) features the tune on a solo stop in the pedal. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (PICARDY) emphasizes the mystical qualities of the tune with close and interesting accompaniment harmonies. Appropriate in a recital setting or for a variety of uses throughout the church year.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GOD OF ABRAHAM PRAISE, THE  
HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION  
LET ALL MORTAL FLESH KEEP SILENCE  
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