Wide range of styles
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”)