Organ Music in Print

... Manuals Music For Memorial And Thanksgiving Services Old English Organ
Music For Manuals, Book 1 Old English Organ Music For Manuals, Book 2 Old
English Organ Music For Manuals, Book 3 Old English Organ Music For Manuals,
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Organ Music in Print


Classical Keyboard Music in Print 1993

Book 3 Okoghom , Forsseulement SEE Anfänge der Orgelmusik ( Schott ED -
6756 ) Old Czechoslovakian organ music ( Smolka ) - Vol . 1 . Peters P9928a . $
61 . 70 - Vol . 2 . Peters P9928b . $ 66 . 00 Old English organ music for manuals .

Classical Keyboard Music in Print  1993


Organ Music in Print

Organ Music in Print


Samuel Wesley 1766 837 A Source Book

6, 8, 9 arr. by John E. West, Three Short Pieces (Old English Music v 12); nos. 6,
7 in Basil Ramsey, Early Organ Music for Manuals book 1 (London, 1982); nos. 8,
9 arr. Basil Ramsey as Air and Gavotte (London, 1969); nos. 4, 5, 11 arr.

Samuel Wesley  1766 837   A Source Book

Hailed as a child prodigy and later acclaimed as England's finest extempore organist, Samuel Wesley - son of Charles Wesley and nephew of John Wesley, the founders of Methodism - is best known today for his musical compositions and for his promotion of the music of J. S. Bach. At the heart of this source book is a calendar of Samuel Wesley's correspondence. The editors date and summarise the content of over 1100 surviving letters and other documents, most of which have not previously been published. The book accordingly reveals considerable new information about Wesley and his complex personal affairs, including his incarceration for debt and his confinement in a lunatic asylum for a year. Many details are provided about London musical life in the era from Boyce to Mendelssohn that prior scholars have not taken into account. The book also presents a chronology of Wesley's life, a descriptive list of his nearly 550 musical and literary works, a discography, an iconography and a bibliography. It therefore is the most comprehensive available reference source for Wesley's life, times and music.

Samuel Wesley 1766 1837 A Source Book

6, 8, 9 arr. by John E. West, Three Short Pieces (Old English Music v 12); nos. 6,
7 in Basil Ramsey, Early Organ Music for Manuals book 1 (London, 1982); nos. 8,
9 arr. Basil Ramsey as Air and Gavotte (London, 1969); nos. 4, 5, 11 arr.

Samuel Wesley  1766 1837   A Source Book

Hailed as a child prodigy and later acclaimed as England's finest extempore organist, Samuel Wesley - son of Charles Wesley and nephew of John Wesley, the founders of Methodism - is best known today for his musical compositions and for his promotion of the music of J. S. Bach. At the heart of this source book is a calendar of Samuel Wesley's correspondence. The editors date and summarise the content of over 1100 surviving letters and other documents, most of which have not previously been published. The book accordingly reveals considerable new information about Wesley and his complex personal affairs, including his incarceration for debt and his confinement in a lunatic asylum for a year. Many details are provided about London musical life in the era from Boyce to Mendelssohn that prior scholars have not taken into account. The book also presents a chronology of Wesley's life, a descriptive list of his nearly 550 musical and literary works, a discography, an iconography and a bibliography. It therefore is the most comprehensive available reference source for Wesley's life, times and music.

The Cambridge Companion to the Organ

1-3 : England , ed . G. Cox ( Faber Music , 1986 ) Old English Organ Music for
Manuals , 6 vols . , ed . C. H. Trevor ( Oxford ... Early English Church Music 10 ,
ed . D. Stevens ( Stainer & Bell , 1969 ) The Mulliner Book , Musica Britannica 1 ,
ed .

The Cambridge Companion to the Organ

An essential Companion to all aspects of the organ and its music.

Catalogue of Music for Organ and Instruments

Clarke, J. SEE: Eight English Voluntaries; Old English Trumpet Tunes, bk 1 (trpt).
... (trpt); Old English Trumpet Tunes, bk 2 (trpt); Wedding Music (trpt); Wedding
Music for Trumpet and Manuals (trpt). ... SEE: The Trumpet Wedding Book (trpt).

Catalogue of Music for Organ and Instruments

"This book presents music titles in which the organ is part of a chamber ensemble. Alphabetized by composer, entries contain the bibliographical information for each title and a brief commentary or description, as well as information on the level of difficulty, timing, mood, fingerings/pedalings, and other performance aids. The selections are suitable for concerts and religious services and are written in a variety of styles, from Baroque to contemporary." "This catalogue will be of interest to church organists searching for a piece for organ and brass appropriate for Easter, visiting instrumentalists choosing music for a Sunday service, teachers introducing their organ students to the experience of accompanying a violin, and instrumentalists seeking a composition to play with the organ, among many others."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Seasonal Chorale Preludes

Seasonal Chorale Preludes


Ten voluntaries op 146

Ten voluntaries  op  146

These voluntaries are typical of Hook's light and cheerful classical style, and are both enjoyable and approachable.

Twentieth Century Organ Music

Making Music: Improvisationfor Organists. Oxford: Oxford University ... Staples,
The Choirmaster and Organist: A Manual. London: The Epworth ... “Old English
Organ Music.” Musical Association ... Wood Works Book 1. Dayton: Sacred Music
 ...

Twentieth Century Organ Music

This volume explores twentieth-century organ music through in-depth studies of the principal centers of composition, the most significant composers and their works, and the evolving role of the instrument and its music. The twentieth-century was a time of unprecedented change for organ music, not only in its composition and performance but also in the standards of instrument design and building. Organ music was anything but immune to the complex musical, intellectual, and socio-political climate of the time. Twentieth-Century Organ Music examines the organ's repertory from the entire period, contextualizing it against the background of important social and cultural trends. In a collection of twelve essays, experienced scholars survey the dominant geographic centers of organ music (France, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, the United States, and German-speaking countries) and investigate the composers who made important contributions to the repertory (Reger in Germany, Messiaen in France, Ligeti in Eastern and Central Europe, Howells in Great Britain). Twentieth-Century Organ Music provides a fresh vantage point from which to view one of the twentieth century's most diverse and engaging musical spheres.

Seasonal chorale preludes with pedals

Seasonal chorale preludes with pedals

25 pieces suitable for Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Passiontide, and general use. They can all be played effectively on an organ of two manuals and pedals, and most can be played on an instrument of one manual and pedals.

Ulysses

Ulysses


Musical Opinion

... Book 1 in an excellent set of music century , several pieces for double | in A
minor , which is all in one entitled Old English Organ Music for organ by John
Hingeston , Christ | movement , a Voluntary by William Manuals , published by
OUP .

Musical Opinion

Issues for include section: The Organ world.

The Organ

The Organ