DetailsÔÇ£SonntagsorgelÔÇØ is a collection of stylistically varied pieces for the amateur organist comprising three volumes. The edition is ideal for use in church services or for teaching purposes. The first volume includes festive preludes, toccatas and fugues, trios and pastorals by German and French composers from the 17th through to the 20th century. In the second volume, meditative pieces by composers ranging from Christian Heinrich Rinck to Th├®odore Salom├® are presented. The third volume will contain chorale preludes and hymn accompaniments for liturgical purposes. This collection of organ music covers a broad range of compositional styles. The pieces are easy to sight-read, are not technically demanding and sound effective; the edition will be appreciated by amateur and professional church musicians alike. - Collection of organ music which does not require much practicing - Ideal for amateur organists - Suitable for teaching purposes
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- Easy organ music for church services and teaching
This book is good value for such a low price. It is divided into three sections, 28 pieces marked 'Festive', 8 Fugues and 6 Trios. Some are quite short, half a page or less; others are more substantial - the Dubois Marcietta runs to 74 bars, for example. Composers are drawn from a wide period, the earliest being Lebegue (c. 1631-1702) and the latest Forchhammer (1847-1923). There is a waelth of interesting music, some for manuals only, and the book makes an excellent companion to Barenreiter's 'Enjoy the organ'.
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