The tune is stated by the trumpets, and when restated, the tune is greatly embellished. The organ pedal part usually doubles the bass line of the left hand, so this could be played on piano if desired.
All Hail the Power is based upon the three major settings of this hymn text.
The present transcription maintains the integrity of the original key in order to preserver the bright, festive sound of the work.
A popular work for six trumpets and organ or piano. Cues are provided so that Rejoice can also be performed by only three trumpets and keyboard.
A superb example of antiphonal writing, this piece was originally a three-choir vocal work with basso continuo.
For quartet (optional tuba provided) and organ. Core literature for ceremonial work. A versatile arrangement with a fully scored organ part.
The tune is a lovely one, and the optional organ part is for manuals only. This is a good addition for quintets who do service work.
Good for Christmas brass quartet concerts, it has with optional parts for tuba and timpani.
An interesting and very playable arrangement of traditional carols for Bb or C trumpet and organ or piano
These organ interludes can be used as preludes, interludes or meditations.
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