17th and 18th Century Organ Voluntaries

17th and 18th Century Organ Voluntaries
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17th and 18th Century Organ Voluntaries
Compiled and edited by Michael Burkhardt, this collection of organ voluntaries is for manuals alone and manuals with pedal points.

Contents

English School
Voluntary in A - Anonymous, 18th Century
Voluntary in A - Maurice Green
Adagio (from Organ Concerto in F Major, Op. 4, No. 4, Mvt. 3) - George Frideric Handel
Flute Solo and Gigue (Sonata for a Musical Clock) - George Frideric Handel
Fugue in C [1] (Six Fugues or Voluntaries for Organ or Harpsichord, Op. 3) - George Frideric Handel
Fugue in C [2] (Six Fugues or Voluntaries for Organ or Harpsichord, Op. 3) - George Frideric Handel
Voluntary in C - Henry Heron, 18th Century
Voluntary in G - Henry Heron, 18th Century
Fanfare in C - Henry Purcell, 17th Century
Voluntary in D [Fugue] - William Selby, 18th Century
Voluntary in d/D - John Stanley, 18th Century
Voluntary in e - John Stanley, 18th Century

Italian School
Offertorio Pastorale - Anonymous, 18th Century
Dialogo per Organo - Adriano Banchieri, 17th Century
Adagio (from Concerto in a, BWV 593, transcribed by J.S. Bach)- Vivaldi, 18th Century
Verso in d - Domenico Zipoli
Verso in e - Domenico Zipoli
Verso in g - Domenico Zipoli
Toccata all' Offertorio - Domenico Zipoli

South German School
Praeludium in G - Johann Kaspar Ferdinand Fischer, 18th Century
Praeludium in g - Johann Krieger, 18th Century
Fantasie in d - Johann Krieger, 18th Century
Fugue in C - Johann Pachelbel, 17th Century
Fugue in d - Johann Pachelbel, 17th Century
Praeludium in a - Johann Pachelbel, 17th Century
Toccata in F - Johann Pachelbel, 17th Century