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Come, Thou Fount - Six Hymn Settings for Organ

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Scored for Organ

As a collection, these pieces demonstrate the tonal possibilities of the organ through the varied emotions of the music. Each hymn setting carefully reflects a common hymn text associated with the tune. Nettleton and Winchester New offer vigor and power; St. Crispin is appropriate for meditative moments; Forest Green, Dunlap's Creek, and Down Ampney range from deep devotion to elation and praise. The variety of style and texture in this collection make it useful for various occasions and moments in the worship service. **This collection not for sale in the U.K.**

Includes:
Down Ampney
St. Crispin
Winchester New
Forest Green

Instruments: Organ

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Composers: 
Raymond H. Haan
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Instrumentation: Organ
Difficulty: Moderately Difficult
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