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Three Hymns for the Evening - (Organ Solo)

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A collection of pieces based on tunes often associated with evening hymns.

Includes:
Reflections on St. Clement
"The Day You Gave Us, Lord, Is Ended"

Prelude on Merrial
"Now the Day Is Over"

Variations on Tallis' Canon
"All Praise to Thee, My God, This Night"

Instruments: Organ
Topics: Evening
Occasion: General

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Composers: 
Franklin D. Ashdown
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Instrumentation: Organ
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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