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Catalogue No: M060116445
ISMN: 9790060116445
Shop Product Code: 180313E

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Department: Piano & Keyboards - Organ

Instrumentation: Organ

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Some of Karl Jenkins' most popular pieces, including extracts from Adiemus 1, Palladio and The Armed Man (arranged for organ by William McVicker); and In These Stones Horizons Sing and three movements from Requiem (arranged for organ by Jeremy Allen).

This volume also contains two original works for organ: Celebratio, a festive voluntary, and Trumpeting Organ Morgan, inspired by Dylan Thomas.

The variety of moods and styles represented means that organists in church, concert hall or at home will value this album as a source of fresh material for all kinds of occasions.
Add spirit to a celebration or catch the ear at a solemn moment with one of these effective and haunting pieces!

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Contents and Reviews

Contents
  • Adiemus (from Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary)
  • Benedictus (from The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace)
  • Cantilena (from The Best of Adiemus)
  • Celebratio
  • Hymn (from Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary)
  • In these stones horizons sing
  • Now as a spirit (from Requiem)
  • Palladio (Theme)
  • Pie Jesu (from Requiem)
  • The snow of yesterday (from Requiem)
  • Trumpeting Organ Morgan
Reviews

"Found to be very useful for weekly church use, as pieces are generally short enough, and within the scope of, an average church organist. These have been used during Communion and as a backing to a prayer. I have heard one of the longer pieces played at an organ recital by a professional organist. In fact I can't wait for Volume Two to be published - I do hope William McVicker is already working on it!"

Rating:    11/21/2006 By: Mrs Deirdre Davenport

  

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