An Easy Bach Organ Album: Originalwerke und Bearbeitungen

An Easy Bach Organ Album: Originalwerke und Bearbeitungen
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An Easy Bach Organ Album: Originalwerke und Bearbeitungen

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Edition no.: BA 11212
ISMN: 9790006528189
Editor: Moult, Daniel
Language(s) of work: German
Language(s) of text: English, German
Item format: Performance rating(s), Anthology
Consists of the following individual parts: Organ
Binding: Stapled
Pages/ Format: XXVII, 44 S. - 30,0 x 23,0 cm

The? Easy Bach Organ Album? presents works by Johann Sebastian Bach of simple to medium difficulty which can be played on smaller instruments and are therefore appropriate for non-professional church musicians and organists.The edition divides into initial works and plans by the editor. It includes a selection of ten chorale starts, three starts, numerous works from the? Well-Tempered Clavier?, pieces for manuals from the? Schemelli Gesangbuch? and the well-known aria? Jesus bleibet meine Freude? from Cantata BWV 147, organized by Daniel Moult.This anthology provides a diverse overview of Bach?s spiritual and secular works
and is ideal for teaching functions supplying a motivating introduction to Baroque organ betting novice organists.-Ideal for non-professional church musicians and organists -A collection of initial works in addition to plans of works by J. S. Bach -Easy to medium level of difficulty - Can be carried out on smaller instruments-Suitable as mentor product The editor Daniel Moult studied in Oxford and ended up being a Fellow of
the Royal College of Organists; he then continued his research studies in Amsterdam with Jacques van Oortmerssen. From 1995 to 2002 he was organist at Coventry Cathedral. He teaches at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, the Birmingham Conservatoire and the RCO St Giles Organ School, London.? Prelude G small BWV 558 formaly credited J. S. Bach? Prelude F major BWV 556 formaly credited J. S. Bach? Prelude E small BWV 555 formaly ...

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