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Manual Miscellany for Organ - Book One

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Edited by C.H. Trevor. Music Sales America. Classical. 32 pages. Novello & Co Ltd. #NOV262739. Published by Novello & Co Ltd. (HL.14020515).

Item Number: HL.14020515
ISBN 0853602808. Classical. 9x12 inches.

Edited by C.H. Trevor, this book selectively compiles 27 intermediate standard pieces for organ. Although the pieces have suggestions for registration on an organ of two (and sometimes three) manuals, all the pieces can be played effectively on a one-manual instrument with appropriate stops. The pedals can be used at the player's discretion. Composers such as Purcell, Handel, Charpentier, Chauvet and Franck all appear in this edition, which boasts music spanning 200 years and more.

  • Caprice (Boellman) 
  • Chorale Prelude, 'es Ist Das Heil Uns Kommen Herr' (J.C. Bach) 
  • Chorale Prelude, 'jesu, Meine, Freude' (Walther) 
  • Chorale Prelude, 'liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier' (Walther) 
  • Diapason Movement  Performed by William Walond
  • Fugato Op. 63, No.4 (Goltermann) 
  • Fugue In G Minor (Charpentier) 
  • Glorificamus Te (Le Begue) 
  • Imprompty (Krebs) 
  • Interlude (Bryan) 
  • Interlude (Rinck) 
  • Interlude (Schwenke) 
  • Interlude (Vierling) 
  • Interlude (Vogler) 
  • March (Purcell) 
  • Musette (Handel) 
  • Noel  Performed by Marc Antoine Charpentier
  • Offertoire Sur Un Noel (Chauvet) 
  • Piece Funebre (Boellman) 
  • Plainte (Franck) 
  • Postlude  Performed by Leon Boellmann
  • Preambule (Franck) 
  • Siciliana, Op. 62, No.6 (Goltermann) 
  • Trumpet Voluntary (The Prince Of Denmark's March)  Performed by Jeremiah Clarke
  • Variations On A Minuet By Fischer 
  • Versetto (Fasolo) 
  • Voluntary In G, Op. 7, No. 9 (Stanley) 
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  • 5

    Location:
    Herington, KS
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • July 26, 2012 Manual Miscellany for Organ Book One

    I am 83 years old, organist at a small Lutheran Church. The organ is electric and a Conn product. I don't know the model number. One drawback, abbreviated pedal board (just 2 octaves) and it IS NOT according to AGO specifications. I am sure that the instrument calls for...

    left foot pedaling only. By nature, I try to use both feet. The spacing of the foot pedals (distance between) is very close. So I am using a lot of manuals only for voluntaries. For the liturgy and hymns, I use some pedaling. This collection is excellent.

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