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01-18-2013, 03:42 PM
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Great story! Looking forward to hearing that organ again; now all I need are some Old El Paso nachos and I'll be a kid at the Arena again.

SOMEWHAT OT* but organ-related: I always wanted to learn how to play Here Comes The King. Wikipedia for all its faults can sometimes include a decent bibliography and, in this case, it lists:

Here Comes the King (copyright 1971). Karmen, Steve. 'The Jingle Man' Music Folio Book. Hal Leonard, Milwaukee: 1980.

Does anyone have this book? Is the arrangement similar to the one used by Hayes or Boyer?

Alternately, do any music people on this board know of other published arrangements for organ/piano? I know that some college pep bands play this song so other arrangements must exist.

* attn: mods re: OT. This is my first post! I checked forum rules for off-topic posts so I think I'm okay, but if not, please direct me accordingly.

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