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Wondrous Love

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer G F Handel
Arranger Craig Phillips
Publisher Fred Bock Music Co.
Series Fred Bock
Catalog # 08738410

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Wondrous Love Composed by G F Handel. Arranged by Craig Phillips. For Organ Folio. Published by Fred Bock Music Co.. (Catalog # 08738410, UPC: 073999611786)

You may already know 'Praise to the Lord, the Almighty,' arranged by Craig Phillips. This is a wonderful setting that was in an earlier organ book released by Broadman Press. We have revised this book by adding three new titles, including Aria, Lift High the Cross, and Savior of the Nations, Come, together with nine selections from the previously released book. There's a real zing and genuine energy in Phillips' settings.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADAGIO PHILLIPS,CRAIG  
ALL GLORY LAUD AND HONOR PHILLIPS C NEALE/TESCHNER/MONK  
AMAZING GRACE PHILLIPS C  
ARIA PHILLIPS C HANDEL  
IF YOU WILL ONLY LET GOD GUIDE PHILLIPS C NEUMARK,G  
IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL PHILLIPS C PHILIP/BLISS  
LIFT HIGH THE CROSS PHILLIPS C NICHOLSON,S.H.  
O COME EMMANUEL PHILLIPS C  
PASTORALE PHILLIPS C WESLEY,C  
PRAISE TO THE LORD ALMIGHTY PHILLIPS C GESANGBUCH,S  
SAVIOR OF THE NATIONS COME PHILLIPS C ENCHIRIDIA,E  
WHAT WONDROUS LOVE IS THIS PHILLIPS C WALKER,W  

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