PIPE ORGAN PLAYING




I have been learning to play the organ since January 2006, taking lessons with Anne Marsden Thomas who oversees the St Giles International Organ School. I have my lessons in the church of St Giles Cripplegate in the Barbican, where Anne is the director of music. Although I learnt to play the piano as a child seventeen or so years without any lessons meant that I had picked up some fairly bad habits; however, at least I had some form of keyboard technique before I started on the organ. The organ at St Giles Cripplegate is fantastic, probably my favourite accessible organ (by which I mean it is possible to get practice time on it) in the city of London; you can read its specification on the National Pipe Organ Register.

I practice mainly on my home electronic organ setup, shown to the left. I use a three-manual keyboard block from Hoffrichter, who now have a UK representative, together with a second-hand pedalboard which had the necessary electronics attached to it to give it a MIDI output by Classic Organs. The sound generation is done using the amazing Hauptwerk Software from Crumhorn Labs together with a number of sample-sets. As well as the sample set of the organ of St Anne's, Moseley, which ships with Hauptwerk, I own the St Georgenkirche Silbermann and the Cappel Arp-Schnitger from Milan Digital Audio, the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger, the Aix Ducroquet-Cavaille-Coll and my favourite sample set the Trost Waltershausen from OrganArt Media, and the large Litomysl Czech concert organ from Sonus Paradisi.

I also practice in the church of St Magnus the Martyr, a beautiful historic Wren church in the City of London, right next to London Bridge. A photo of the organ is shown to the right, and again you can read its specification on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Recordings of pieces I have learnt are given below, in reverse chronological order. For each piece I have given the approximate month when I learnt it, which Hauptwerk sample set or real organ it was recorded with, and in some cases some notes about the piece. Not all of these recordings are up to "performance" standard: I really am presenting them largely for my own record of my progress as I learn to play the organ. Nontheless, I hope that people still find them of interest and enjoy listening to them.



A student, Lilian, came across this webpage as part of an after-school boys and girls club on a theater project and she used some of the information on this page as part of her project. In return she has shared this resource with me about the theatre organ.





Mendelssohn: Prelude from Prelude and Fugue in C minor.Learnt from Jan 2013 until September 2013 (!). Shows how little practice I am doing nowadays. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. It's still not perfect with many slips.

Bach: Christ Lag In Todesbanden BWV 625.Learnt in December 2012. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set.

Bach: Prelude and Fugure in G, BWV 541. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set.

Stanford: Prelude No. 5 from Set 1, Op. 101. Recorded with the Litomysel sample set.

Mushel: Toccata. Learnt in November 2010. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set.

Hymn: Wir Pflugen ("We Plough the Fields and Scatter"). Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Hymn: Gonfalon Royal ("Eternal Monarch, King Most High"). Learnt in September 2010 in 3 days. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set.

Happy Birthday. Learnt in August 2010. The harmonization was taken from an on-line source and tweaked slightly by me to be more suitable for the organ. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set (the new 24-bit version).

Hymn: Lux Eoi ("Alleluya! Alleluya!"). Learnt in March 2010 in 3 days (a record!). Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. After taking Grade 8 where you have to transpose hymns at sight, I am now going to spend some time learning to play them properly in the written key, so am working my way through the hymnbook from Eastertide onwards learning all the familiar ones properly.

Bach: Wer Nur den Lieben Gott Lassen BWV691. Feb 2010. Recorded with the Vollenhove sample set.

Entire Grade 8 Programme (Buxtehude, Mendelssohn, Einar Traerup Sark). Approx Mar 2009 - Mar 2010. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. The pieces are all presented individually below, but I thought it would be nice to present the entire programme recorded using the same sample set.

Mendelssohn: Allegretto from Sonata IV. Oct 2009 - Mar 2010. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. This piece is far far harder than it sounds, like all Mendelssohn. This was recorded two days before I played it for Grade 8.

J.S. Bach: Pedal Solo from Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C. Oct 2009 - Feb 2010. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This is one of the two pedal solos you have to play for Grade 8.

Einar Traerup Sark: Toccata Primi Toni. Jun 2009 - Jan 2010 (an ongoing project!). Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. This is going to be the modern piece that I'm playing for Grade 8. In this performance, it unravels a bit at the end which I'll have to work on.

Buxtehude: Praeludium in C. Jun/Jul/Aug 2009. Recorded with the Waltershausen Trost sample set. This is going to be the baroque piece that I'm playing for Grade 8. Those who know the piece might notice that my cadenza at the end isn't quite what was written in the score!

Bach: Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland (BWV661). Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec 2009. Recorded with the Walterhausen Trost sample set. Listen out for the 32' pedal reed with the chorale melody. Yep, there are mistakes, but you try playing this without a slip or two.

Guillmant: Paraphrase on "Judas Maccabeus". Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec 2009. Recorded with the Ducroquet Cavaille-Coll sample set with its massive echo. You need your speakers on LOUD to get the full effect of this ;-) ... it's just mad. Note the gentle introduction, the fugue, and then the crazy homophonic chordal section at the end.

Happy Birthday. Nov 2009. Well, it had to happen one day! I just improvised the harmony at the cadence points for this rendition (which is played in the key of B flat so for tenors and sops only!). So forgive the cheesy cadences. One day, I'll buy the real music, arrange it for organ, and play it properly. Recorded with the Walterhausen Trost sample set.

Buxtehude: Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland. Oct 2009. Recorded with the Walterhausen Trost sample set.

William Matthias: Processional. May/Jun/Jul 2009. Recorded with the Haverhill Binns sample set. No posts to my website for a long time! The repertoire I am learning is now so advanced that it takes many months to pull everything together. This performance is far from perfect, but it is "good enough". The most famous organ piece from an English composer who is largely unknow outside the organ world.

Bruhns: Praeludium in E (the shorter). Learnt in Feb/Mar 2009. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set.

Bach: In Dir Ist Freude. Learnt in Jan/Feb/Mar 2009. Recorded with the St Georgenkirche Silbermann sample set. This was tricky to learn! Especially the bars towards the end with many double trills, including a fiendish pedal trill. They aren't perfect in this recording, but they are acceptable.

Boehm: Vater Unser in Himmelreich. Learnt in Jan/Feb 2009. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch/Schnitger sample set. I had already learnt this piece over a year ago, but without all of the ornaments (the unornamented version is below). The ornaments aren't original - they were added by Walther - but I rather like them.

Mendelssohn: Theme and Variations in D. Learnt in Dec/Jan/Feb 2009. Recorded with the Haverhill Binns sample set. This piece is far, far trickier than it sounds - it's almost a Grade 8 level piece. It is beautiful, but getting it fully secure under the fingers did become tiresome after a while.

Leighton: Fanfare. Learnt in Feb 2009. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Hymn: Salve Feste Dies ("Hail Thee Festival Day"). Learnt in Feb 2009. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. I had been wanting to learn this hymn for ages - it is tricky! I haven't really mastered it yet so there are a healthy smattering of mistakes in this recording.

Mendelssohn: Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream. Learnt in October 2008. Recorded on the organ of St Magnus the Martyr. The famous wedding march played at the end of all weddings until it fell out of fashion in the 90's.

Gigout: Toccata in B minor. Learnt in August/September 2008. Recorded with the Ducroquet Cavaille-Coll sample set. My first piece in the French Toccata genre.

Arro: Nos 4 and 5 from Five Contrasts. Learnt in September 2008. Recorded on the organ of St Magnus the Martyr. I am playing this for my Grade 7 list "C" piece.

Bach: Ach Bleib Bei Uns. Learnt in August/September 2008. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set with the beautiful vox humana for the chorale melody. I am playing this for my Grade 7 list "A" piece.

Charpentier: Te Deum. Learnt in September 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Purcell: Trumpet Tune. Learnt in September 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Verdi: Grand March from Aida. Learnt in September 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Hymn: Regent Square ("Lord of Beauty, Thine the Splendour"). Learnt in August 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Hymn: Easter Hymn ("Jesus Christ is Risen Today"). Learnt in August 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Bridge: Adagio in E. Learnt in June/July 2008. The organ of St Magnus the Martyr Church, London, recorded with a Zoom-H4 portable recorder with its own internal mics. There is a lot of background noise in this recording from the organ blower which is particularly noticeable in this piece due to the quiet sections with only strings playing with the box closed. But it is a beautiful piece and listen to the dramatic climax. On List "B" for Grade 7 and I shall probably play it for my G7 exam.

Walton: Popular Song from "Facade" arr. Gower. Learnt in June/July 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. On List "C" for Grade 7, though doubt I'll play it for Grade 7. It is a swine of a piece and learning it sapped my love of the organ; this recording is not perfect and there could be a lot more inventiveness with the registration, but I lost patience!

Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C major BWV545. Learnt in Feb/March/April/May 2008. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. The fugue is a set piece on the ARCO Bach list. It was quite a challenge to learn to play, in particular to maintain a steady pulse in both the prelude and the fugue, but I think I have (just about) succeeded in doing that in this recording.

Liszt: Excelsior!. Learnt in Feb/March 2008. Recorded with the Ducroquet Cavaille-Coll sample set. This piece has a choir part marked "chor ad lib". Perhaps one day I'll record it with the choir part.

Hymn: Vulpius / Gelob't Seist Du ("Good Christian Men Rejoice and Sing"). Learnt in Feb 2008. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Bach: Fugue from Prelude and Fugue in C minor BWV549. Learnt in Jan/Feb/March 2008. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. An amazing piece, know to organists as "Uncle James has lost his trousers", as the words fit to the subject of the fugue.

Bach: Es Ist Das Heil, Uns Kommen Her. Learnt in Feb 2008. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger sample set. A pretty setting of an Easter hymn from the Orgelbuechlein.

William Byrd: Miserere in 3 Parts. Learnt in Jan 2008. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set.

William Byrd: Wolsey's Wilde. Learnt in Jan 2008. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. A fun 16th century piece. Apparently English organs of the day didn't have reed stops, but I could just imagine this piece played by crommornes, cornets, hurdy-gurdys, etc, etc, and I just couldn't help registering it as such. Apologies to the purists.

Karg-Elert: Chorale Improvisation on Nun Danket Alle Gott. Learnt in Nov/Dec 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This was a swine to learn, and I'd now consider it as the most demanding piece in my repertoire. Now learned, it is, however, great fun to play! And will no doubt come in useful many times from now on as a festive postlude.

Clerambault: Basse de Cromhorne from Suite du Deuxieme Ton. Learnt in Dec 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set.

Widor: Adagio from Symphony No. 2. Learnt in August 2007. Recorded with the Aix Ducroquet-Cavaille-Coll sample set.

Krebs: Fantasia a Gusto Italiano in F. Learnt in November 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. A beautiful and fun piece by Krebs, a pupil of JSB. It's in more of a "gallant" style than the conservative contrapuntal style expected of church music in the era. Note the audacious interrupted cadence towards the end. I've tried not to ham it up too much, but it is difficult!

Bach: Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns die Stimme. Learnt in October/November 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger sample set. Arguably the most famous Bach piece for organ after the Toccata and Fugue in D minor. This is a "Schubler Chorale" and is in fact a transcription for organ of a movement from Cantata 140. The famous chorale melody is played on a reed stop against an original and just as famous countermelody.

Hymn: Cwm Rhonda ("Guide Me O Though Great Redeemer"). Learnt in October 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

John Rutter: Toccata in Seven. Learnt in August/September 2007. Recorded with the Aix Ducroquet-Cavaille-Coll sample set. This is a Grade 6 'List C' piece, and I will almost certainly play it for my exam. I struggled in this recording without a page-turner and stop changer, and by not having three manuals in my digital Hauptwerk setup at home!

Rinck: Postlude. Learnt in August/September 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger Sample Set. I haven't had any organ lessons on this piece - I have just been 'learning it in the background'. Hence this recording isn't perfect. I will 'park' the piece for now and perfect it later.

Louis-Nicolas Clerambault: Plein Jeux from Suite du Deuxieme Ton. Learnt in July 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger Sample Set. A very dramatic French baroque piece.

Georg Boehm: Vater Unser in Himmelreich. Learnt in June 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. An amazing setting of the Lutheran Chorale by a composer who deserves to be better known. Boehm was organist in Luneburg and it is likely that he had contact with the young Bach when he was a chorister there. I absolutely adore this piece - listen to the thumping quaver bass and the 2nd inversion chords accompanying the haunting chorale melody, embellished to the point where the original chorale melody is almost unrecognisable.

Samuel Scheidt: Komm Gott Schoepfer, Heiliger Geist. Learnt in May 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp Schnitger sample set. A nice setting of the Pentecost chorale by a relatively unknown composer. It's relatively easy apart from about four bars in the middle which are phenomenally tricky.

Hymn: Praise My Soul the King of Heaven. Learnt in April/May/June 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This has been a major learning task, as it is a difficult hymn with lots of finger substitution and pedal substitution, and to make matters harder, there's a different accompaniment for each verse! This hymn is so hard that I just can't play it through yet without slipping somewhere, and that is true of the present recording. I might've bitten off more than I can chew by learning this one. Let's see.

Geissler: Adagio. Learnt in May 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. I need to re-record this after a lesson with Anne on this piece - it sounds rather staid and unemotional. But the recording will do for now.

Noel Rawsthorne: Aria. Learnt in Apr/May 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This is on list 'C' for Grade 5 organ, and I might play it as my list 'C' piece in the exam.

Paulmichl: Hoert, Es Singt und Klingt mit Schalle. Learnt in May 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. A fun Baroque pastiche on a famous hymn tune. A surprisingly tricky trio given the number of repeated figures.

Telemann: O Lamm Gottes Unschuldig. Learnt in May 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger sample set. A simple Bicinium setting of a German chorale. Note the nice buzzy 16' reed in the left hand.

J.S. Bach: Toccata from Toccata and Fugue in D minor. Learnt in April/May 2007. Recorded with the Cappel Arp-Schnitger sample set.

Formerly ascribed to J.S. Bach: Little Prelude and Fugue in G minor. Learnt in March/April 2007. Recorded with the St Georgenkirche Silbermann sample set.

Hymn: Sine Nomine ("For All the Saints"). Learnt in March/April 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

C.S. Lang: Tuba Tune in D Major. Learnt in March/April 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This is a Grade 5 organ 'List C' piece and I will probably play it in my Grade 5 organ exam.

J.S. Bach: Durch Adams Fall Ist Ganz Verderbt. Learnt in March/April 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. From the Orgelbuchlein. Note the dramatic falling diminished sevenths in the pedal which are supposed to symbolise something (Adam's fall from grace, perhaps?)

J.S. Bach: Ich Ruf Zu Dir. Learnt in February/March 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. A famous lenten piece, also from the Orgelbuchlein. I will probably play this as the 'List A' piece for my Grade 5 organ exam.

J.S. Bach: Herzlich Tut Mich Verlangen. Learnt in February/March 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. A famous passiontide piece bassed on the famous passion chorale tune "O Sacred Head Sore Wounded".

C.V. Stanford: Number VI from Six Short Preludes and Postludes, Op. 101. Learnt in February/March 2007. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

J.C. Kittel: Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott. Learnt in February/March 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set with full plenum. A short contrapuntal piece based on the famous hymn-tune "A mighty fortress is our God" (or something like that).

Wesley: "Air" from Twelve Short Pieces. Learnt in January/February 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample. This piece, and the piece below (the "Gavotte") are taken from Wesley's "Twelve Short Pieces with Full Voluntary Added". He never gave them the titles "Air" and "Gavotte" but the names are convenient and have stuck. The two pieces are often played together as a voluntary. They're on the organ Grade 3 list and I find them far harder than some Grade 6 pieces. In fact, they drove me nuts and I never play them anymore.

Wesley: "Gavotte" from Twelve Short Pieces. Learnt in January/February 2007 See the notes for "Air" above.

J.S. Bach: Vom Himmel Hoch, Da Komm Ich Her. Learnt in January/February 2007. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. A piece based on the famous German Christmas chorale, also taken from the Orgelbuchlein. This piece is currently on 'List A' for Grade 6 organ.

Walther: Allein Gott in der Hoh Sei Ehr. Learnt in December 2006/January 2007. Recorded with the St Georgiankirche Silbermann sample set. Currently on 'List A' for Grade 5 organ. A piece based on the famous German chorale melody.

J.C. Oley: Der Tag Ist Hin, Mein Jesu Bey Mir Bleibe. Learnt in December 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This piece is currently on 'List B' for Grade 5 organ, and is probably the piece I will play in my organ exam.

Frescobaldi: Toccata Avanti La Messa Della Domenica. Learnt in December 2006. Recorded with the St Georgiankirche Silbermann sample set.

Hymn: Adestes Fideles ("Oh Come All Ye Faithful"). Learnt in November/December 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Keif Layser: Ihr Christen Hoch Erfreuet Euch. Learnt in November 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. A striking neo-classical piece by a catholic monk who is still alive.

Hymn: Helmsley ("Lo He Comes with Clouds Descending"). Learnt in November 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Krebs: Praeambulum Supra Jesu Meine Freude. Learnt inNovember 2006. Recorded with the St Georgenkirche Silbermann sample set.

Karg-Elert: Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme. Learnt in November 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Formerly ascribed to J.S. Bach: Nun Singet und Seid Froh. Learnt in Oct 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

J.S. Bach: Heut Triumphieret Gottes Sohn. Learnt in September/October 2006. Recorded with the St Georgienkirche Silbermann sample set. A very exciting piece from the Orgelbuchlein, suitable for Ascension Day ("Today God's Son Triumphs"). This piece was a menace to learn and I still consider it the most challenging piece in my current repertoire: my organ teacher remarked on the fact that it was impressive to be trying to put it together in the first year of learning to play the organ. Listen to the striking "angular" pedal motif, which is supposed to symbolise Christ felling the devil.

Buxtehude: Komm, Heiliger Geist, Herre Gott. Learnt in August/September 2006. Recorded with the St Georgenkirche Silbermann sample set. This is an archetypal Buxtehude chorale prelude, arguably his most beautiful. It's current a 'List A' piece for Grade 6 organ. It was very difficult to learn: four independently moving voices, and it is long at some four-and-a-half minutes.

Miles Martin: Postlude on Sleepers Wake. Learnt in August/September 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. I learnt this at the same time as the Buxtehude above and while it was quite a challenge, it was nothing like the challenge that the Buxtehude was. The great thing about this piece is that it sounds far, far harder than it actually is! It's a postlude on a famous advent hymn tune.

J.S. Bach: Komm, Gott Schoepfer, Heiliger Geist. Learnt in June 2006: the first piece of 'real' Bach I learnt for organ. Recorded with the Vollenhove Bosch-Schnitger sample set. Another Orgelbuchlein piece appropriate for Pentecost. The pedal note on the third triplet quaver of each crotchet beat is meant to symbolise the holy trinity.

J.S. Bach: Ebarm Dich Mein O Herre Gott. Learnt in May/June 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Peeters: O Come O Come Emmanuel. Learnt in May/June 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Telemann: Wie Schoen Leuchtet Der Morgenstern. Learnt in May/June 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Le Begue: Ou sont Vent Cest Gays Bergers. Learnt in April 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. This is such a fun French piece using 'Grand Choeur' registration. "Where are those gay sheperds going?" is a well-known French Christmas Carol.

Formerly ascribed to J.S. Bach: Little Prelude and Fugue in C. Learnt in April 2006. Recorded with Litomysl the sample set.

Greene: Flute Voluntary in F. Learnt in March/April 2006. Recorded with the Doksy-Kruh Mini sample set from Sonus Paradisi (a free sample set, not mentioned in the list above). This piece is quite challenging for a supposedly Grade 2 piece, and I was surprised to hear it as part of an organ recital on Friday in St Stephen's Walbrook!

Vivaldi transcribed by J.S. Bach: Adagio. Learnt in March/April 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Kauffman: Nun Danket. Learnt in March/April 2006. Recorded with the St Anne's, Moseley sample set.

Walcha: Zu Bethlehem Geboren. Learnt in March 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. The third piece I learnt with pedals!

Krebs: Was Gott Tut, Dass ist Wohlgetan. Learnt in March 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Telemann: Vater Unser in Himmelreich. Learnt in March 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Wesley: Organ Voluntaries for Young Organists I. Learnt in Feb/March 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. The second piece I learnt with pedals!

Wesley: Organ Voluntaries for Young Organists II. Learnt in Feb/March 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. The first piece I learnt with pedals, although the pedal note is only one note (bottom F) so the pedal part isn't exactly challenging.

Anon: Adagio. Learnt in February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Zipoli: Voluntary XI. Learnt in February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Stanley: Trumpet Voluntary in D. Learnt in February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. A very simple piece, in Anne Marsden Thomas' Graded Anthology for Organ Book 2.

Vierne: Interlude No. I. Learnt in February 2006. Recorded with the (free) Doksy-Kruh Mini sample set from Sonus Paradisi. Another simple piece from the same album.

Vierne: Interlude No. II. Learnt in February 2006. Recorded with the (free) Doksy-Kruh Mini sample set from Sonus Paradisi. Another simple piece from the same album.

Anon: Cornet Voluntary. Learnt in Feb 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Kauffman: Nun Freut Euch, Lieben Christen G'mein. Learnt in January/February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. The first piece I was given to learn by Anne, from her book A Graded Anthology for Organ Book 2.

Boehm: Minuet in G Major. Learnt in January/February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set. A very simple piece, from the same album.

Cabezon: Duo. Learnt in January/February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.

Redford: Miserere. Learnt in January/February 2006. Recorded with the Litomysl sample set.




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