This volume devised by Martin Weyer contains organ music of easy to medium technical difficulty for use at communion. The broad range of styles encompasses Johann Sebastian Bach and early Classical works through to the late Romantic period.
The album contains original compositions and first publications as well as arrangements for organ and twelve pieces for communion in settings by Johann Sebastian Bach with melodies and texts appropriate to communion. Some of the pieces can also be performed with solo instruments (in C, Bb or F). Corresponding instrumental parts are included with the score.
- Organ music of easy to medium technical difficulty for use at communion
- Broad range of styles
- Includes first publications
- Original compositions and arrangements for organ, some which can be performed with solo instruments
Johann Sebastian Bach: Jesu, meine Freude BWV 227 and 1105 / Adagio in D minor BWV 593 / Nun danket alle Gott (from Cantata BWV 79) / Sonatina BWV 106 /
Sarabande in D minor BWV 812 / Herzlich lieb hab ich dich, o Herr BWV 1115 /
Agnus Dei (from the Mass in B minor BWV 232) / Air BWV 1068 / Sicilienne in
G minor BWV 1031 / Twelve selected pieces in settings by Johann Sebastian Bach / Works by Johann Adolf Hasse, Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg (three chorale preludes), Georg Michael Telemann (two chorale preludes), Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck (Nun danket alle Gott), Joseph Gustav Merkel, Gabriel Rheinberger (Fugue in C major from the "Skizzen"), Heinrich von Herzogenberg, Arnold Mendelssohn, Otto Besch (Praeludium; first publication), Wilhelm Wapenhensch (Variations on "Befiehl du deine Wege"; first publication).