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Organ Book

Ten Pieces

By Jean Langlais

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Chamber Solo Organ
Ten Pieces. Composed by Jean Langlais (1907-1991). SWS. Classical. Solo part. With Standard notation. 44 pages. Theodore Presser Company #463-00006. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.463000060).

Item Number: PR.463000060

ISBN 9781598063448. 9x12 inches.

Jean Langlais was a prolific composer, composing 254 works in his lifetime. Although best known as a composer of organ music and sacred choral music, he also composed a number of instrumental, orchestral and chamber works and some secular song settings. This book consists of ten pieces for organ that will surely prove to be beneficial for the organ player.

  • I. Prelude 
  • II. Pastoral Song 
  • III. Choral in E Minor 
  • IV. Flutes 
  • V. Musette 
  • VI. Choral in F Major 
  • VII. Scherzando 
  • VIII. Andantino 
  • IX. Epithalamium 
  • X. PAsticcio 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Marion, IA
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • August 17, 2021 Esoteric, functional concert work

    I bought this item not knowing at all what to expect but I am glad to have it in my library. The ten pieces are varied, interesting, clever, and fun to work out. This work is a concert piece no doubt and harmonically is way out on the edge, not...

    unlike some of the music of Gerald Near. However I intend to use four or five of the pieces for church use even in this small midwestern town. Some will have to be edited for length. No. 10 is certainly appropriate for a postlude. I play a two-manual instrument so some of the registrations are difficult to work out but nonetheless doable. If you are seeking something different to stretch your skills consider this work. Highly recommended.

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