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The Oxford Book Of Wedding Music For Manuals

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Organ (ORG)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Catalogue #: P5123
ISBN: 9780193751231


A compilation of popular Organ pieces for weddings, in simplified arrangements for manuals only.

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Customer Rating For that growing class of 'Reluctant Organists' - amateur pianists who are increasingly having to do duty on the organ at church services - this book is a godsend. It contains the most popular wedding pieces arranged for manual keyboard(s) only, which is what most Reluctant Organists are competent on, and indeed what may be all that is available in a non-church setting where there is only an electronic keyboard. Definitely recommended.

Customer Rating Just wanted to thank the Not-so-reluctant organist for their excellent review. It elicited a chuckle of recognition and gave me a very helpful tip-off.

Customer Rating A useful collection of music for weddings though some arrangements are better than others. Registration suggestions would have been helpful, as found in other similar publications.

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 05/08/1993
Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 52 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Malcolm Archer

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