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Hosannas To Hallelujahs
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Title: Hosannas To Hallelujahs


Voicing/Format: Piano Organ Duet
Publisher: Lorenz Corporation
Arranger: Sarandon, David
Catalog #: 70/1753L
Grade: 1 Price: $15.00

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What could be more welcome for church keyboardists than a musically illuminating and accessible organ and piano collection highlighting the busy week from Palm Sunday to Easter? Ranging from resounding Palm Sunday "hosannas" to the compelling events of Holy week and culminating with exultant Easter "hallelujahs," these selections feature easier pedal parts for the organist while providing appropriate and worshipful settings for this most important week in the Christian calendar. With such noted composers such as John Innes, Gil Martin, and Lani Smith, this collection will become an eagerly anticipated and useful resource year after year. Two copies are required for performance.
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