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Seven Pieces for Organ Op. 18-23 --- FREE

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Choral and Fugue in D Major for Organ Op. 18 -- SLIDE SHOW 10

This is a 4-voice Fugue with a redundant (5th) entry and 3 countersubjects written in quadruple counterpointed paired with a related prelude with 2 themes worked as 3-part canons, yours to keep.

Toccata and Fugue in F Major for Organ Op. 19, No. 1 -- SLIDE SHOW 5

This is a fiery French Romantic organ Toccata in crescendo style paired with a related 4-voice Fugue with 2 countersubjects and written in triple counterpoint, yours to keep.

Come, King of Kings Op. 19, No. 2 -- SLIDE SHOW 15

This new Christian hymn thematically related to Toccata & Fugue in F Major Op. 19, No. 1 is scored as a quiet introductory prelude, then as a 4-part, 2 stanza hymn for hands only, yours to keep.

Introduction and Fugue in G Major for Organ Op. 20 -- SLIDE SHOW 27

This animated prelude in trio texture is paired with a related 4-voice Fugue with 2 countersubjects and written in triple counterpoint, yours to keep.

Fantasia and Fugue in Eb Major for Organ Op. 21 -- SLIDE SHOW 28

This is a multi-sectional prelude with one theme developed in free form paired with a 4-voice Fugue with 3 countersubjects and written in quadruple counterpoint, yours to keep.

Postlude in d minor for Organ Op. 22

This score is a 4-voice fugue with a long divided subject, 3 countersubjects, and is written in quadruple counterpoint with a very big, free ending, fingering and pedaling included, yours to keep.

Fugue in g minor for Organ Op. 23 -- SLIDE SHOW 24

This stand alone Fugue remains in 4 voices throughout, has 2 countersubjects, and is written in triple counterpoint, yours to keep.

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