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Old English Organ Music for Manuals - Book 1

Organ solo (Solo) - Moderately Difficult
Edited by C. H. Trevor. Organ (Solo). Renaissance and Baroque. Organ solo book. With standard notation. 24 pages. Oxford University Press #9780193758247. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193758247).

Item Number: OU.9780193758247

ISBN 9780193758247. 9x12 inches.

  • Diapason Movement  Composed by Keeble
  • Voluntary in D minor  Composed by Croft
  • Three Interludes  Composed by S. Goodwin
  • Gavotte  Composed by M. Camidge
  • Cornet Voluntary  Composed by Travers
  • Air  Composed by Jonathan Battishill
  • Con Spirito  Composed by Thomas Augustine Arne
  • Voluntary in G  Composed by Heron
  • Pastorale  Composed by C. Wesley
  • Grave  Composed by J. Alcock
  • Voluntary in C  Composed by Boyce
  • Siciliana  Composed by Walond
  • Trumpet Voluntary  Composed by Bennett
  • Fugue In F Minor  Composed by Charles Burney

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  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • October 03, 2018 English Baroque

    I highly recommend this “little” book which has some great English Baroque pieces that mostly short pieces. But the harmonies and voice-leading are very top-notch even from composers most people wouldn’t know. The price is right, though the only downside is that it isn’t the greatest...

    of paper and binding, but if you take care of it you won’t have any missing pages, etc. Buy it today!

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  • 5

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  • June 09, 2012 Volumes I - VI

    These collections are an asset for most levels of (keyboard) musicians, and many pieces are acceptable in just about any part of the Church Service. Most slower pieces have an appealing, desired sound for traditional congregations. These books are a solid investment for the interested musician! While some selections are...

    very accessible for the very early- intermediate player, some may be suitable for only the more advanced player.

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  • 5

    John C
    Haverhill, MA
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  • April 22, 2009 The whole series of books is really great

    These books represent an interesting period in English keyboard music. I am not an organist and play the clavichord, harpsichord, and piano instead. These pieces, in particular the voluntaries, are really interesting and sound really great on the harpsichord. In some ways they remind me little concertos by Handel, Boyce...

    , Purcell, and others that lived during the time when many of these pieces were written. These books are also really easy to keep open on the music stand. This is a big bonus to people like me that do not have much music memorized. The pages are also stapled in nicely without the binding being too tight so they'll eventually fall out after bending the books to keep them open. The printing is nice and clear with good-sized text and music staffs; there's nothing worse than trying to read the music when everything is so cramped on the page that it is impossible to read,

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