Full of seasonal Melodies and Seasonal Surprises, The Oxford Book Of Christmas Organ Music is the definitive collection of pieces for use at carol services, Christmas services, and Christmas concerts. This comprehensive anthology includes 37 of the best seasonal pieces, ranging from chorale preludes from Brahms and Bach, to recent pieces such as Howard Blake's Walking In The Air from The Snowman.
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Scores 9.2 out of 10based on 9 reviews
10 out of 10
surgeon and amateur organist
I bought this book for the bach chorale prelude in dulci jubilo but it is full of other wonderful pieces.
Difficult with binding to stop pages turning spontaneously.
30 November 2015
28 March 2016
9 out of 10
An excellent selection of different styles and lengths, for everything from a quiet interlude to a thundering packed service exit. Most are of intermediate difficulty with a couple more advanced pieces.
A bit pricey, but good to have it all in one place.
08 December 2015
08 January 2016
8 out of 10
Organist and Choir Director
Wide variety of pieces for use at all types of church service over the Christmas period.
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01 December 2014
08 January 2015