Sunday Morning Organist Volume 6: Voluntaries with Pedal

Sunday Morning Organist Volume 6: Voluntaries with Pedal
Item# 00-38582
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Product Description

This volume of very useful and beautiful church pieces was initially assembled by famed Mormon Tabernacle organist, Alexander Schreiner. There is a great variety of repertoire included, from transcribed works and hymn arrangements to well-known wedding pieces and thoughtful miniatures, offered in a mixture of formats, with pedal notation, and suitable for both large and small instruments. Works of many of the great classical masters are represented, and registration suggestions are included.

Adagio (Franck & Liszt)
Adagio Cantabile
Adagio from First Sonata
Adagio from Occasional Oratorio
Adagio from Sixth Sonata
Adagio in E
Adagio Molto
Adagio, "Pie Jesu" from Requiem
Andante
Andante from Grande Piéce Symphonique
Andante from Third Organ Sonata
Andante Religioso
Aria in e minor
Aria "Verdant Meadows"
Arioso
(Marcello & Schreiner)
As The Dew, from Heaven Distilling
Cast Thy Burden Upon the Lord
Adorn Thyself, O My Soul
(Bach & Crüger)
Chorale from Fifth Sonata
Hark, A Voice Saith, All Are Mortal
In Peace and Joy I Go My Way
(Bach, Brahms, & Walther)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
(Bach & Schreiner)
Jesu, Priceless Treasure
(Bach & Crüger)
My Heart is Filled With Longing
O God, Thou Holy God
(Bach & Fritzsch)
O How Blessed Are Ye
(Bach & Crüger)
O Thou, The True and Only Light
O World, I Even Must Leave Thee
Rejoice Thyself, O My Soul
Sleepers, Wake, A Voice is Calling
Come, Sweet Repose
A Dream
Elegy
Elevation
Evensong
Fugue in a-flat minor
How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings
Though Deepning Trials
Gently Raise The Sacred Strain
If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee
Largo Appassionato
The Lost Chord
My Faith in Thee is Sure
Nocturne from Shylock Suite
Noel
Offertory in E-Flat
Panis Angelicus
Prayer
The Prayer of Faith
Prelude in G
The Souls of the Righteous
Triumphal March
Wedding Carillon
Wedding Prelude
When Thou Art Near
Where'er you Walk, Aria from Semele