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Creative Hymn Accompaniments for Organ, Vol. 4

A Tribute to Dale Wood

By Gerhard Krapf

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Organ: 3-staff - Intermediate
A Tribute to Dale Wood. Composed by Gerhard Krapf (1929-). Sacred, General, Hymn-Based Collection. Sacred Music Press #70/1496S. Published by Sacred Music Press (LO.70-1496S).

Item Number: LO.70-1496S

Previous volumes of these hymn harmonizations have met with wide acceptance, and we are pleased to now offer-in tribute to a great American composer, organist and editor for the earlier volumes, Dale Wood-an additional 23 new settings in Volume 4. The accompaniments avoid extreme departures from the traditional harmonizations, and instead provide pleasing alterations which enhance the vitality of congregational song. Each setting is playable on one or two manuals, allowing the organist to play the melody on a solo register when desired. A master index of all volumes is included.

  • All Ehr und Lob 
  • Allein Gott in der Hoh 
  • Away In A Manger 
  • Blest Be The Tie That Binds 
  • Bread of Life 
  • Christe sanctorum 
  • Christus, Der Ist Mein Leben 
  • Lobe Den Herren 
  • Macht hoch die Tur 
  • Maryton 
  • O Perfect Love 
  • Old Hundredth 
  • Ratisbon 
  • Salzburg 
  • Schmucke dick 
  • Schonster Herr Jesu 
  • Seelenbrautigam 
  • Slane 
  • Straf Mich Nicht 
  • Toulon 
  • Truro 
  • Victory 
  • Werde munter 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Illinois
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 02, 2007 Wonderful!! Buy them all!!

    I use these books all the time for quiet, meditative preludes. This is not the intended usage, but as the title states, I got creative! The melody line is always one note, so there are options for solo stops. They can also be played on one manual with pedals. Good...

    books for the organist who is just beginning to play on more than one manual at the same time. It would be easy to learn a piece with both hands on the same manual, and then, once you know the piece, use two manuals.

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