James Biery's collection of hymn preludes for Lent and Holy Week.
Published by Concordia Publishing House, 2013
Difficulty level: Medium
Softbound, 28 Pages
NEW! The Oxford Book of Lent and Easter Organ Music brings together a superb array of repertoire for use from Ash Wednesday through to Pentecost, providing a comprehensive volume for this extended liturgical period. The pieces--largely based on well-known hymn tunes--vary in style and length, suiting a range of purposes, from processionals and interludes to voluntaries and recital works. A range of technical difficulty makes the book useful for players of differing abilities, and clean and uncluttered scores leave interpretative decisions to the performer. An invaluable resource for a major part of the church year.
for Brass Quartet, Timpani, and Organ (limited use of Pedal)
A collection of variations for organ on Lift High the Cross. Useful for varyious service elements.
This new arrangement on a well-known Easter hymn was written for the organ with brass quintet and congregational singing, with optional soprano descant and timpani parts.
This collection, by famed organist and composer, Michael Burkhardt, features six well-known hymns.
J. Wayne Kerr's collection of easy hymn preludes for Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter is a great addition to any busy church organist's library.
Dr. Franklin Ashdown's newest volume for organ includes free-compositions as well as hymn-based settings on well-known hymns for Ash Wednesday, Lent, and beyond. The variety contained in this collection will aid organists in selecting appropriate music for the season. This also includes a lovely setting of "Beautiful Savior"!
A collection of tunes as well as theme and variation for Lent and Holy Week arranged by Christopher Uehlein.
Four Preludes for Organ
Medium-difficulty settings of hymn tunes for Easter. Click to see a complete list.
Jesus Christ is Risen Today! The well known tune, Davidica, is arranged for brass ensemble, organ, percussion, and choir by John Kuzma. Unlike other scores, this work includes voice parts arranged for SATB. Verse four was written by Charles Wesley in 1740. Please note: This arrangement is in C.
Interested in a recording of this piece? Click here to view and order a recording of the composer playing his own work!
A follow-up to his highly successful first volume, VOLUME TWO once again offers over 250 new introductions, preludes, alternate harmonizations, and accompaniments.
Arranged for two trumpets, two trombones, and organ with optional tuba and timpani by Hal H. Hopson
Short and accessible preludes on The Lamb, Rockingham, St. Agnes, and Wondrous Love
Seven works for manuals only based on hymntunes for Pentecost.
Settings of Twenty-one Hymns for Lent, Holy Week, and Easter for Organ alone or for Organ and Narrator.
Easter, Ascension, Pentecost and Trinity Edited by Erich Goldschmidt
Edited by Gaston Litaize and Jean Bonfils.
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Edited by Erich Goldschmidt
Compiled by Gilbert M. Martin