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Vivaldi Made Practical For The Ch Organ
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Vivaldi Made Practical For The Ch Organ

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Vivaldi, Antonio
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Arranger Norris, Kevin

Price: $15.00

Catalog #KK286

UPC code: 000308001846

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The gospel song, conceived and born in an era when things of the spirit were f ar more real to the believer than they are to most of us 20th-century Christia ns; loved by many, loathed by some, unknown by few; heartfelt expression of jo y, contrition, personal experience, heaven. Here, under one cover, is a real t reasure chest of 49 all-time gospel favorites: many from the golden era of the gospel song; many 20th-century songs. Also included are several relatively ne w songs of the past15-20 years which have become established favorites. These treasures have been gleaned from our most popular collections of gospel songs, and are compiled here for quick, handy reference. The arrangements are all ar tistic, yet easy and melodious. Registrations are given for pipe, electronic, and Hammond organs as well as spinet registrations for most of the selections.

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