Maxim: Malvern Suite No.1 for organ
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Malvern Suite No.1 for organ was inspired by the town of Malvern, Worcestershire, with its iconic hills, its famous son, Edward Elgar, and its renowned 11th century Priory Church, where the composer has been Organist and Director of Music since 2012. A further cohesive element is the interval of a perfect 4th with which the Suite opens, and which is the germ from which all the following themes grow.
The Suite can be played as a recital piece, in its entirety or movements may be used as part of the liturgy. The Introduction and Trumpet Tune work well together as a postlude, as does the arresting Finale. The gentle Homage to Elgar can provide a thoughtful support to the distribution of Communion.
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