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Nu falmer skoven trindt om land (Postlude)

By Natalia Jespersen

Organ - Intermediate
Composed by Natalia Jespersen. Modern, Christian, Contemporary Christian, European, Funeral. Score. 5 pages. Published by Natalia Jespersen (S0.147321).

Item Number: S0.147321

Postlude based on the Danish psalm 729 - "Nu falmer skoven trindt om land"

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Michael C.
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  • 2018-01-14 16:18:55.0 A beautiful organ composition

    This is an excellent composition by one of today's most skilled and prolific composers of organ music, Natalia Jespersen. The work is beautifully tuneful, harmonically intriguing, and superbly crafted. It is an accessible work both for organists and congregations or audiences, and is of moderate duration (about three-and...

    -a-half minutes in performance). This piece is perfect for liturgical use, and will also be a welcome and refreshing addition to any organ recital or concert program of contemporary organ works. This is due not just to its melodic and harmonic charm, but also due to its interesting contrasting sections, all of which will appeal to the professional organist. I believe this piece will be an excellent and valuable addition to any organist's music library.

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