Organists are always looking for new music of sturdy build to expand their repertoire ... writing of the same general type that these scores exemplify. Besides being written so that the stretch for the hands is an octave or less, this is the kind
of useful music that's expected to make a lasting contribution to the organ repertoire, thus not the type that's likely to disappear after a few years and be replaced by something more up to date.
This can be stated because this music is the work of
a composer who fought his way through to the highest and most complete mastery of his material, thus contributing to the preservation and transmission of the art of organ composition. What is isn't, is boring. What it doesn't do, is drive the listener
nuts listening to it. What it will never do, is fail to make sense to the listener's ear.
These pieces, which were inspired by the sound of the instrument in this photo [See menu bar, Photos 3], are pitched at every level from beginner to intermediate
to advanced, they're an instruction manual of examples that will come in handy in many situations, and organ scholars will find enjoyment in them. General piston combos programmed by this author when performing on this instrument are being drawn up also
and shall be posted soon [See menu bar, Free Stuff, Combinations].
Why not check it out.