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Collected Works for Organ or Other Keyboards; Volume 6

By Antonio de Cabezon

Organ (or Other Keyboard)
Composed by Antonio de Cabezon (1510-1566). Original Works. Renaissance, Spanish. Score. Published by Masters Music Publications Inc. (MT.M1917-SC).

Item Number: MT.M1917-SC

Felipe Pedrell and Higini Angles, Editors.

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  • 5

    Vicky Chen
    Brulington, ON
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 14, 2011 Antonio de Cabezon

    This is the sixth of six volumes of work written for clavichord or organ by Cabezon, a 16th century blind Spanish composer. Most of his liturgical music pieces are written for the Offices. The first volume contains a series of manual keyboard compositions that are deceptively simple yet delightful. After...

    using some of the pieces from volume one as Alternatim with the chanting of choir I decided to order the entire collection of six volumes. Sheetmusicplus allowed me to do this swiftly. It appears that the pieces are organized in progressivly complex level. Volume six contains mostly manual and pedal organ work that will require some practice but quite manageable by a basic service organist like myself. His work is great for prelude, interlude or postlude during liturgical services.

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  • August 06, 2003 Cabezon is one of the Spain's greatest

    composers for the organ. His Variations on the Milanese Galliard, in this volume, are wonderful.

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