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Music for a Celebration, Set 2

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Scored for C Instrument, Organ

Seven chorale preludes from the German Baroque and Classical Era for Weddings and Other Festive Occasions. Bach, Homilius, Krebs, Pachelbel, Telemann, Walther. Four pieces with opt. solo treble instruments.

Includes:
Abide with Us, Our Savior
CHRISTUS, DIR IST MEIN LEBEN

Dearest Jesus, We Are Here
LIEBSTER JESU, WIR SIND HIER, two settings

Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now
HERR JESU CHRIST, DICH ZU UNS WEND

Now Thank We All Our God
NUN DANKET ALLE GOTT

Soul, Adorn Yourself with Gladness
SCHMÜCKE DICH, O LIEBE SEELE, two settings.

Instruments: Organ, opt. Solo Treble B-flat Instrument or C Instrument
Occasion: Marriage

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Composers: 
J. Pachelbel
J. S. Bach
J. L. Krebs
J. G. Walther
G. A. Homilius
Georg Philipp Telemann
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Instrumentation: C Instrument Organ
Difficulty: Medium Difficulty
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