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Organ Sound Colours Volume 1

A Versatile Collection Of Contrasting Organ Pieces Suitable For All Occasions

Organ Sound Colours Volume 1

A Versatile Collection Of Contrasting Organ Pieces Suitable For All Occasions

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Music Book

£20.00

Publisher: Parish Publications
ISBN: PPOSCS001
Published: 01/07/2020

Special Introductory Offer: £18.50 until the end of July.

New from Parish Publications, an exciting organ album entitled 'Organ Sound Colours' (Volume 1) ' by Ian Higginson (PPOSCS001). A versatile collection of 12 contrasting pieces, some original compositions, and some based on well-known hymn tunes, varying in difficulty and style, which are suitable for all occasions. Introductory price for July 2020 only, £18.50 - Normal Price £20.00 Album includes: Trumpet Tune in G ~ Postlude on “Forty Days & Forty Nights” ~ Processional ~ Prelude on 'There is a Green Hill Far Away”~ Dance on B.A.C.H. ~ Prelude on “Drop, Drop Slow Tears” ~ Postlude on “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today” ~ Improvisation ~ Scherzo ~ Intermezzo ~ Postlude on 'Thine Be The Glory” ~ Sortie in Bb. This is the first book in the new 'Sound ColourSeries,’ which seeks to explore a great deal of tonal variety and one which illustrates a wide range of instrumental and vocal music from the pen of this prolific composer.

SOUND CLIPS

The following sound clips are played by Jonathan Kingston on a Viscount Envoy 35 digital

organ.

 

Link - Dance on "B.A.C.H" (Excerpt) (Bars 1 - 16)

 

Link - 'Intermezzo' (Excerpt) (Bars 1 - 16)

 

Link - 'Trumpet Tune (Excerpt) (Bars 1 - 16)

 

Link - Prelude on 'There is a Green Hill' (Excerpt) (Bars 1 - 16)

 

Link - Prelude on 'D rop, Drop Slow Tears ' (Excerpt) (Bars 1 - 15)

 

Link - Postlude on 'Forty Days & Forty Nights ' (Excerpt) (Bars 47 - End)

Ian Higginson