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Ten Pieces For Organ Op. 1-9 --- FREE

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Sketch in F Major for Organ Op. 1, No. 1

This short sectional interlude for hands only is part of a matched Opus pair which harmonizes in 4 voices one of Louis Vierne's many free improvisation themes given to pupils, yours to keep.

Sketch in Bb Major for Organ Op. 1, No. 2

This short sectional interlude for hands only is part of a matched Opus pair which harmonizes in 4 voices one of Louis Vierne's many free improvisation themes given to pupils, yours to keep.

Recessional in D Major for Organ Op. 2

This spirited closing music written in keyboard style without regard to normal voice ranges and in simple triple time -- an unusual meter for a recessional -- is for hands only, yours to keep.

Processional March in Eb Major for Organ Op. 3

This majestic, multi-sectional, 4-voice march for hands only employs several contrapuntal devices, frequent modulation, and has a very big free ending, yours to keep.

Variations on a cantus firmus in C Major for Organ Op. 4

Dedicated to the memory of theatre organist Don Baker, this extended work for hands only is a Baker's dozen (13) set of variations on a theme framed by a related introduction and coda, yours to keep.

Prelude Internationale in Bb Major for Organ Op. 5

This lyrical prelude for hands only upon a single free theme is treated in the 6-part improvisational form as taught by Vierne and employs triplet rhythms alternating between the hands, yours to keep.

Fugue a la gigue in D Major for Organ Op. 6

This brisk 4-voice dance fugue and universal crowd pleaser for hands only has 2 countersubjects and is written in triple counterpoint, yours to keep.

Voluntary in G Major for Organ Op. 7

This is a short 4-voice fugue for hands only having 3 countersubjects, written in triple counterpoint, and is preceded by a quiet 4-voice introduction ending on a half cadence, yours to keep.

Diapason Movement in G Major for Organ Op. 8

This short improvisation for hands only which quotes 2 themes has been scored as a quiet and meditative general purpose prelude, yours to keep.

Chorale in d minor for Organ Op. 9

This stand alone piece adapted for hands only is the central section from the tripartite Praeludium, Chorale, & Fugue in d minor Op. 10 from the Eight Pieces for Organ Op. 10-17, yours to keep.

TEN PIECES Suggestions for Performance

Free and helpful information about the Ten Pieces for Organ 2 hands Op. 1-9 and how to perform them.