Martin Weyer, Organ Events: Concert Organ Music from Four Centuries


This edition ranges in style from 17th century Portuguese organ music to French and American works of the 19th century. The edition also carries a selection of lesser-known works by Bach and other pieces from Robert Schumann to Ernst Pepping. Original compositions and organ arrangements included. 



António Correa Braga (17th century): Batalha in the 6th Church Mode
Diego da Conceição (17th century): Meio Registo in the 2nd Church Mode


Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Concerto in F major by Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 978
Robert Schumann (1810-1856): “Rêverie” (from “Scenes from Childhood”, op. 15)
Karl Hoyer (1891-1936): Fughetta in C major, op. 62, 2
Arnold Mendelssohn (1855-1933): Partita on the Melody of the Hymn “Wir Christenleut han jetzund Freud”, op. 104
Ernst Pepping (1901-1981): Prelude in “Christus, der uns selig macht” Helmut Degen (1911-1995): Two Preludes – Maestoso and Solemn and grand in expression
Hans Friedrich Micheelsen (1902-1973): Toccata op. 32


Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wely (1817-1869): Marche and Pastorale


Pietro Alessandro Yon (1886-1943): Humoresque
James H. Rogers (1857-1940): Toccatina
Horatio Parker (1863-1919): Risoluto, op. 68, 1
James H. Rogers: Carillon

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderately Difficult

85 pages softbound

2015 Bärenreiter


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