Oxford Hymn Settings for Organists: Epiphany

20 original pieces on hymns for Epiphany, the Baptism of Christ, and The Transfiguration

/ David Blackwell / Rebecca Groom te Velde
9780193393455
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Description

With a host of accessible, quality new settings, and with pieces based on all the major hymn tunes, these volumes are a must for every church organist's library.

  • New settings for organ of all the major hymn tunes for the season
  • Fresh, imaginative new pieces, written by a range of experienced organ composers based in the US and the UK, and displaying a great variety of styles and approaches
  • Practical, concise settings for all parts of the church service - preludes, postludes, fanfares, communion settings
  • Pieces suitable for busy church musicians at intermediate level working in all major denominations
  • Some pieces also suitable for recital use
  • Registration suggestions that can readily be adapted to suit most instruments with pedals.
  • Companion Website featuring a cumulative index of hymn tunes and contributor biographies.

Contents

  • Ashley Grote: Be still
  • David Blackwell: Carlisle
  • David Blackwell: Christe sanctorum
  • David Blackwell:Crüger
  • A. D. Miller: Crusader's Hymn/St Elizabeth
  • Mary Beth Bennett: Deo gracias
  • Craig Phillips: Dix
  • Alan Bullard: Epiphany
  • James Biery: Greensleeves
  • Rebecca Groom Te Velde: Houston
  • Matthew H. Corl:Kelvingrove
  • Rebecca Groom te Velde: Kings of Orient
  • David Thorne: Old 120th
  • Rebecca Groom te Velde: Puer nobisnascitur
  • Malcolm Archer: St Edmund
  • Philip Moore: Salzburg
  • David Blackwell: Shine, Jesus, shine
  • DavidSchelatt: Stuttgart
  • Christopher Tambling: Was lebet
  • David Bednall: Wie schön leuchtet

Additional Information

Item Number: 9780193393455
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 68
Publication Date: 22/05/2014
Barcode: 0
Format: 311x232
Force: Organ
Level of difficulty: B-C

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