Conceived by Martin Weyer, this edition ranges in style from 17th century Portuguese Organ music to French and American works of the 19th century. It also contains a selection of German Organ music including lesser-known works by Bach and other pieces from Robert Schumann to Ernst Pepping.
In addition to the original compositions, Organ arrangements have also been included. A detailed Foreword offers information on the music-historical context of each work and suggestions for its performance.
- Original pieces and attractive arrangements for Organ.
- Easy to moderately difficult concert music for Organ.
- Includes a broad range of styles.
From the contents:
Braga, “Batalha sexti toni” / Bach, “Concerto in F major after Vivaldi” (BWV 978) and six Organ chorales (transposed to keys of the Lutheran hymnal) / Hoyer, “Fughetta no. 2 in C major” from op. 62 / Arnold Mendelssohn, “Partita ‘Wir Christenleut’” from op. 104 / Pepping, from “Bohemian Organ Book II: Christus, der uns selig macht” / Degen, two preludes from the “Oberrheinisches Orgelbuch” / Micheelsen, “Toccata” from “Holstein Little Organ Book” / Yon, “Humoresque” / Rogers, “Toccatina” / Parker, “Risoluto”, op. 68 no. 1 / Rogers, “Carillon” (finale from “Sonatina in D major”)