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A Voice Is Sounding

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer Michael Weisse
Arranger Benjamin Culli
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Catalog # 97-7012

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A Voice Is Sounding Composed by Michael Weisse. Arranged by Benjamin Culli. For Organ Folio. Published by Concordia Publishing House. (Catalog # 97-7012, UPC: 078777034061)

This set for organ includes effectively designed trios that give levity to vibrant and essential Advent tunes. Tunes: BEREDEN VAG FOR HERRAN; CHESTERFIELD; FREUEN WIR UNS ALL IN EIN; MILWAUKEE; WIE SOLL ICH DICH EMPFANGEN

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HARK THE GLAD SOUND CULLI, BENJAMIN M. HAWEIS, THOMAS  
HARK! A THRILLING VOICE IS SOUNDING! CULLI, BENJAMIN M. WEISSE, MICHAEL  
LIFT UP YOUR HEADS, YOU MIGHTY GATES CULLI, BENJAMIN M. LEMKE, AUGUST  
O LORD, HOW SHALL I MEET YOU CULLI, BENJAMIN M. CRUGER, JOHANN  
PREPARE THE ROYAL HIGHWAY CULLI, BENJAMIN M.  

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