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Suitable for intermediate and experienced organists, this appealing collection features 43 organ works in slow tempo
An album of arrangements of 16 well-known American melodies and spirituals for manual only organ. Includes: Morning Has Broken, Amazing Grace, Nobody Knows, Deep River, Swing Low Sweet Chariot and many more
37 original pieces on hymns for World Communion, Reformation/The Church, Harvest, All Saints, All Souls, Remembrance, Christ the King, and Thanksgiving
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33 grand ceremonial pieces that are ideal for use at weddings, as voluntaries, or for recitals. Not all the music is loud and extrovert: together with pieces like fanfares and marches, the collection contains a sprinkling of quieter items in solemn mood
The two collections include the best of C. H. Trevor's series 'Organ Books 1-6', and are ideal for teaching or for service use. The pieces have been specifically selected with the beginner's needs in mind: a variety of easy and attractive items with simple pedal parts.
Embertides is a four-movement suite for organ based on the roughly equal divisions of the church year - Advent, Lent, Whitsun, and Michaelmas - which in turn hark back to earlier, secular traditions
With a host of accessible, quality new settings, and with pieces based on all the major hymn tunes, these volumes are a must for every church organist's library
This hands-on guide takes you step-by-step through the techniques of playing the drawbar organ, one skill at a time
The music of Bach always has a place in the repertoire of organists. This value for money collection brings together a selection of transcriptions made by the organ scholar Bryan Hesford.