Easy Graded Organ Music Book 2

Easy Graded Organ Music Book 2

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The two collections include the best of C. H. Trevor's series 'Organ Books 1-6', and are ideal for teaching or for service use. The pieces have been specifically selected with the beginner's needs in mind: a variety of easy and attractive items with simple pedal parts. Each book is arranged in order of difficulty, book one covering grades 2-4, book two grades 5-6.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 48 pages
  • 218 x 306 x 18mm | 181.44g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0193758237
  • 9780193758230
  • 784,522

About C. H. Trevor

Robert Gower studied at The Royal School of Church Music before graduating from Oxford University with a music degree, subsequently working as Director of Music at Radley College, Oxfordshire and Glenalmond College, Perthshire. As an organist, he has broadcast extensively on BBC radio and performs recitals throughout the UK. His commitment to English twentieth-century repertoire is seen in his work as Chairman of the Gerald Finzi and Percy Whitlock charitable trusts and through his editorship of OUP's Finzi and Walton Organ Albums. He is the compiler of several Oxford organ collections.show more

Table of contents

Sonata per organo ; Trio du sixieme ton ; Hymnus, 'Vexilla regis prodeunt' ; Chorale prelude, 'Vater unser im Himmelreich' ; Postlude ; Praeludium ; Choral prelude, 'Ach Gott, erhor mein seufzen und wehklagen' ; Choral prelude, 'O Ewigkeit, du donnerwort' ; Prelude and fugue in F minor ; Trio in C minor ; Trio in A minor ; Andante with variations ; Chorale prelude, 'Ach Gott, verlass mich Nicht' ; Chorale prelude, 'Ein' feste burg is unser Gott' ; Trio (Op.49, No.10) ; Canon in C (Op.56, No.1) ; Canon in B minor (Op.56, No.5)show more

Review quote

This collection is a superb way in which to give a developing student plenty of fine material to work through without having to buy either many different books or extremely expensive tutors . . . perhaps one should bury the musicological hatchet and say bravo! for the immense range of music presented, all in a form which the student can handle. * Victorian Organ Journal, October 98 *show more