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BAVARIAN CAROL/ VOM HIMMEL HOCH

BAVARIAN CAROL/ VOM HIMMEL HOCH

Composer: Paul Manz
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Paul Manz

Paul Manz (May 10, 1919 – October 28, 2009), was an American composer for choir and organ. His most famous choral work is the Advent motet "E'en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come", which has been performed at the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at King's College, Cambridge, though its broadcast by the neighbouring Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, in its Advent Carol Service precipitated its popularity. His most famous organ works are his volumes of neo-Baroque chorale preludes and partitas. Paul Manz long served the church as recitalist, composer, teacher and leader in worship. He was Cantor Emeritus at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saint Luke, Chicago, Illinois; as well as Cantor Emeritus of Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Mi… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Paul Manz
Meter: 8.7.8.6.8.8.8.8
Key: D Major
Copyright: Copyright 1958 Augsburg-Fortress. Copyright 1997 Birnamwood Publications, a division of MorningStar Music Publishers, Inc.

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Sing to the Lord #6

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