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Easy Compositions: Preludes, Interludes & Postludes for Pipe or Reed Organ
Arr. Carlo Rossini
Category: Organ - Method or Collection
Format: Volume 1
Level: Intermediate

This is the first and easiest book in a 4-book collection of preludes, interludes, and postludes compiled and arranged by Carlo Rossini for performance on pipe, electronic or reed organs, and with Hammond registrations included. No separate pedal notation staff is included, however many examples indicate notes for the pedals. The Liturgical Organist provides the average organist with an orderly collection of liturgical compositions for church use and for possible performance even on the smallest instrument. The compositions include works from the baroque, classical and romantic eras.

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I have used this volume when playing the organ for traditional services in Anglican and Roman Catholic churches. The pieces set a reverent mood and many are enjoyable to play. There is a lot of music in the book, so keep at it and I think that you will find pieces that you like. They are organized by key so you can match keys with other liturgical music, making the various musical elements flow. Music is printed on two staves so you can use the pedal as you see fit. If you are a pianist transitioning to the organ, I think that this is one of the first organ music books you should get.
Posted by Richard Frith on Mar 1, 2019
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