Douze Pieces Pour Orgue
Composed by Francois Clement Theodore Dubois (1837-1924). Leduc. Classical. Softcover. 72 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL7642. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48186531).
Item Number: HL.48186531
Composed by <i>Théodore Dubois</i> <strong>Twelve pieces</strong> is a set of Organ studies for upper intermediate players. Each piece is dedicated to a famous organist and an index at the beginning gives an English translation of the terms used in the book. <br><br> It features: <br> 1. Prélude in F <br> 2. Offertoire in E <br> 3. Toccata in G <br> 4. Verset de Procession in D <br> 5. Offertoire in E flat <br> 6. Verset-Choral in A minor <br> 7. Fantaisie in E <br> 8. Méditation in E flat <br> 9. Marche des Rois Mages in E <br> 10. Offertoire in E flat <br> 11. Cantilène nuptial in A flat <br> 12. Grand choeur in B flat <br><br> The most famous of these pieces is definitely the n3 Toccata in G which is also one of <i>Dubois</i>' most renowned works. This piece also exists on its own as a separate score and can be found on the Musicroom website.