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organ plus one (Original works and arrangements for church service and concert)

Passion, Easter

Organ and instruments
Passion, Easter. Edited by Carsten Klomp. Stapled. Organ Plus One. Original works and arrangements for church service and concert. Performance score, part(s), anthology. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA08503. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA08503).

Item Number: BA.BA08503

ISBN 9790006540686. 30 x 23 cm inches. Language: German, Text Language: German. Preface: Carsten Klomp.

The series ORGAN PLUS ONE contains pieces which are freely-composed or based on hymn tunes, both original works as well as arrangements.

The editions include solo parts in C, Bb, Eb and F, which can be played by violin, flute, oboe, clarinet, trumpet and horn in F.

The range of the solo instrument parts is in the middle register, making this series particularly appealing to non-professional church musicians and instrumentalists.

The hallmark of this edition - flexible instrumentation with easy playability - ensures that the pieces can easily be tackled and are fun to play for church services, musical evenings and small concerts. Idiomatic instrumental arrangements and the stylistic variety of the pieces guarantee instant success for both organists and instrumentalists.

The contents of the volumes correspond to the seasons of the church year:
- Advent / Christmas
- Passion / Easter
- Epiphany / Whitsun / Pentecost
- Death and Eternity / Funerals
- Praise and Thanks
- Divine Service
- Communion
- Special Services (baptisms / weddings)

The complete series will comprise eight volumes.

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  • April 21, 2012 Be aware

    I love the fact that these come with parts for instruments in B-flat, C, E-flat and F, making them useful for a lot of people. Note, the Easter music is the kind that Germans are more familiar with than most Americans. This is good and bad: good in...

    that you can use the pieces to introduce a global perspective, bad if you were hoping for more familiar tunes for your congregation.

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