O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
Sheet Music arranged by Lisa Donovan Lukas
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel arranged in a contemporary lyrical setting by Lisa Donovan Lukas. This holiday selection is ideal for intermediates of all ages.
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About the arranger
Lisa Donovan Lukas
Lisa Donovan Lukas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition from the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music. She worked for many years as a proofreader-copyist for film composers at Universal Studios, Warner Brothers, Disney, and JoAnn Kane Music Service. A prolific composer/lyricist and lifelong pianist, Lisa maintains an active piano studio where she enjoys teaching piano, music composition, and songwriting.
This product is part of a collection
Tidings of Joy: Volume Two
Tidings of Joy Volume Two is a collection of ten elegant arrangements for intermediates by Lisa Donovan Lukas. Players of all ages will explore a mix well-known favorites and some less traditional tunes, all of which will add some sparkle to any holiday performance.
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