Movements for Organ 2. Dialogue between the sesquialtera and flutes, for Organ
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SKU: A0.763230

By Nigel Williams. By Nigel Williams. Contemporary,Instructional,Standards. Score. 4 pages. Nigel Williams #2081481. Published by Nigel Williams (A0.763230).

First prize in the New Zealand Organists Association composition competition 1996. First performed by the composer on the delightful Letourneau instrument (opus 31) in Hamilton NZ. The gentle 'cantabile' melodic writing sounds well on beautifully voiced flute stops. This music requires a minimum of two manuals and pedals which makes it playable on most organs. It makes an excellent teaching and recital piece, the full score is four pages with a performance time of about three minutes. On the Letourneau organ I employed Gt 8' fl, sesquialtera II. Sw 8',(4'). Ped 16', Sw/Ped. See also Movements for Organ 1. Diapason Chorus. Please note the small notation error in bar 12, the left hand in bar 12 should be G flat (tied over from bar 11).

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