Organ, Organ Solo - Intermediate
Composed by Ethan Haman. 21st Century, Romantic Period, Baroque Period. Sheet Music Single. 5 pages. Published by Ethan Haman (S0.17206).
Item Number: S0.17206
"Fugue on 'Old 100th'" is based on the famous hymn tune "Old 100th," usually associated with the lyrics: "Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow" or "All People That on Earth do Dwell." Throughout the piece, the "Old 100th" tune is used as the fugue subject, developing until the piece ends with a glorious maestoso section. The duration of this piece is approximately 3 minutes, making it a great organ prelude, offertory, or postlude for a church service, or as an organ concert piece. For a video of the composer playing this piece, see youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbJta6h8Mdc.
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