Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven (Fanfare Prelude on "Lauda Anima") organ work by Phil Lehenbauer
Organ Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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SKU: A0.1436082

Composed by Phil Lehenbauer. Arranged by Phil Lehenbauer. Classical,Contemporary,Religious,Sacred,Traditional. Score. 6 pages. Phil Lehenbauer #1016239. Published by Phil Lehenbauer (A0.1436082).

John Goss' 1869 hymn tune "Lauda Anima" is a festive and joyful tune, mostly known by the text "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven".  It is often used for festival services when some good "Alleluias" need singing!  This fanfare prelude clearly states the hymn tune in between original fanfare motives.  It was written and recorded on a two manual instrument.  I hope it adds some joy to your service!

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