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Wood Works For Organ Vol 3
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Wood Works For Organ Vol 3

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer American Shaker Tune
Arranger Dale Wood
Publisher The Sacred Music Press
Catalog # KK500

Price: $18.00

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Wood Works For Organ Vol 3 Composed by American Shaker Tune. Arranged by Dale Wood. For Organ Folio. Published by The Sacred Music Press. (Catalog # KK500, UPC: 000308007268)

Previous volumes in the WOOD WORKS FOR ORGAN series were called "pure delight" by The American Organist magazine and they ranked #1, 2 and 3 on our best-seller list for 1990. This new collection exhibits the same captivating charm from cover to cover. Tunes were gathered from many nations and each lovely melody is always prominently stated, tastefully enhanced with refreshing harmonies and playful rhythms. Settings vary from easy to medium in this bountiful book of happy music - guaranteed to dispel gothic gloom!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEAUTIFUL SAVIOR FAIREST LORD JESUS  
IN THEE IS GLADNESS GASTOLDI, GIOVANNI  
NOW WITH SINGING AND PRAISE  
O JESUS KING MOST WONDERFUL  
THE GIFT TO BE SIMPLE AMERICAN SHAKER TUNE  
THE KING OF LOVE MY SHEPHERD IS IRISH TUNE  
THERE IS A HAPPY LAND INGALL  
THIS JOYFULDAY OFDAYS THIS JOYFUL EASTER 17TH CENTURY DUTCH  

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