Simper: 2 x 17 Voluntaries for organ vol. 7/8

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  • BN-18029
  • 9790206518164
Caleb Simper (1856-1942) was a British musician and self-taught in this capacity. He composed... more
Simper: 2 x 17 Voluntaries for organ vol. 7/8
Caleb Simper (1856-1942) was a British musician and self-taught in this capacity. He composed mainly sacred and worship music for choir or organ and was a superstar of church music during his lifetime: some five million copies of his works were sold by 1920. His 12-volume Voluntary series, each with 17 pieces, contains utility music in the best sense: short and very short pieces from easy to medium-easy, which will find many friends in their victorian-romantic style. Even for part-time organists, most of the pieces are almost entirely playable at sight: Anyone who has Simper's Voluntaries with them is always prepared for all occasions.
  • VOL. 9
    • II. Opening Voluntary
    • II. Aria
    • III. Pastorale
    • IV. Prelude
    • V. Opening Voluntary
    • VI. Larghetto
    • VII. Interlude
    • VIII. March
    • IX. Opening Voluntary
    • Ixa. Amen
    • X. Melody
    • XI. Soft Voluntary
    • XII. Postlude
    • XIII. Offertoire
    • XIV. Chorus
    • XV. Communion
    • XVI. Interlude
    • XVII. Postlude
  • VOL. 10
    • I. Pastorale
    • II. Largo
    • III. Prelude
    • IV. Entrée
    • V. Opening Voluntary
    • VI. March (Unfurl the Banner)
    • VII. Communion
    • VIII. Alleluia
    • IX. Pomposo
    • X. Offertoire
    • XI. Interlude
    • XII. Prayer
    • XIII. Offertoire
    • XIV. Solemn Voluntary
    • XV. Minor Movement
    • XVI. Andante
    • XVII. Melody
Author / Composer: Caleb Simper (1856-1942)
Country: Großbritannien
Era: Romantic era
Instruments: Organ, Organ (manuals only)
Genre: Solo piece
Kind of edition: Performing sheet music
Source: Allowed reprint
First edition: 1905 ff., Weekes, London
Pages: 44
Format: Concert Format (228x305 mm)
Condition: Good condition
Online ressources: Digital specimen
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