(1908-1992) is known for his unique composition style. Incorporating complex rhythms, harmony and melodies, The Nativity of the Lord
is no exception to the composer's popular, distinctive style.
Volume 4, published in 1935 with the three preceding volumes, comprises the 9th meditation, God among us
. The entire work by Messiaen
, The Nativity of the Lord
, is a testament to the composer's Christian faith. The work was one of the first to feature the composer's own modes of limited transposition and influences of birdsong. This edition of the popular Messiaen
work includes notes by the composer on how to perform certain features. The Nativity of the Lord
is essential to all advanced organists seeking to expand and vary their repertoire.