100 Short and Playable Pieces for Organ

Selected by Kevin Mayhew

Besetzung: Orgel

HerausgeberMayhew Kevin
Umfang288 Seiten; 23,0 x 30,5 cm
Hersteller/VerlagKevin Mayhew
BestellnummerKM 1400466
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For years Kevin Mayhew has been publishing useful collections for parish organists packed with approachable and tuneful pieces and this new collection is no exception. Just take a look at the composers included and you will know what quality to expect.


  • Rosalie Bonighton: A diapason occasion
  • Andrew Moore: A little jaunt
  • Richard Lloyd: A passing vapour
  • Stanley Vann: A running antiphon
  • Stanley Vann: A solemn preambule
  • Martin Setchell: A trumpet gigue
  • Christopher Tambling: A tuba minuet
  • Colin Hand: Aboard the gospel train
  • June Nixon: All glory and power
  • Robert Jones: Allegro marziale
  • Richard Lloyd: Andare
  • Robert Jones: Aria
  • Andrew Moore: Berceuse for the gemshorn
  • Richard Lloyd: Bi, a losa (Comfort)
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Blow up the trumpet!
  • Stanley Vann: Bridal procession
  • Colin Hand: Bright seraphim
  • Michael Higgins: Bunessan
  • Richard Lloyd: Cath's cantique
  • Richard Lloyd: Chestnut Sunday
  • William Lloyd Webber: Christ in the Tomb from "The Divine Compassion"
  • Simon Clark: Cornopean dreams
  • Michael Higgins: De profundis
  • Colin Mawby: Deep river
  • David Terry: Diapason melody
  • Richard Lloyd: Diludium
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Domine, refugiam
  • Andrew Wright: Dream Angus
  • Alan Ridout: Elegy
  • June Nixon: Emily
  • Andrew Wright: English melody
  • June Nixon: Fanfare for a dean
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Fanfare with promenade
  • Elizabeth Hill: Festal day
  • William Lloyd Webber: Festal march
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Festal procession
  • Malcolm Archer: Festival finale
  • Andrew Wright: Festive minuet
  • Simon Clark: Flutes of fancy
  • Andrew Fletcher: Folk tune
  • Malcolm Archer: Go, tell it on the mountain
  • Colin Mawby: Hail the dawn
  • Andrew Fletcher: Henry's hornpipe
  • Norman Warren: Idyll
  • June Nixon: Impromptu for the flutes
  • Rosalie Bonighton: In three flats
  • William Lloyd Webber: Intermezzo
  • Stanley Vann: Intrada da tromba
  • Andrew Fletcher: Intrada imperial
  • Alan Ridout: Invocation
  • Michael Higgins: Jubilant finale
  • Norman Warren: Jubilate
  • June Nixon: Just a closer walk with thee
  • Norman Warren: Laetatus sum
  • Colin Mawby: Laudate!
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Laudate Dominum
  • Andrew Moore: Lift high the Cross
  • David Terry: Luinneach
  • Richard Lloyd: Mallaby-Deeley's march
  • Alan Ridout: Meditation
  • June Nixon: Meditative postlude
  • David Terry: Minuet
  • James Patten: Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
  • Christopher Tambling: Nun danket alle Gott
  • June Nixon: Pageant
  • Martin Setchell: Petrie's crown
  • Colin Hand: Pifa for Sunday morning
  • Norman Warren: Pilgrims' song
  • Richard Lloyd: Plaint
  • William Lloyd Webber: Postlude
  • Alan Ridout: Prelude
  • William Lloyd Webber: Prelude
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Procession to a jaunty tune
  • Michael Higgins: Procession to the Altar of Repose
  • Richard Lloyd: Processional
  • Andrew Wright: Recessional march
  • William Lloyd Webber: Romance
  • Norman Warren: Sabbath joy
  • David Terry: Scherzo
  • David Terry: Scherzo marziale
  • Richard Lloyd: Shebaniah's Siegeslied
  • William Lloyd Webber: Slumber song
  • Andrew Fletcher: Solemn processional
  • Christopher Tambling: Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
  • Robert Jones: Sortie
  • Betty Roe: Standing in the need of prayer
  • Andrew Fletcher: Stately sortie
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Swing low
  • Colin Mawby: The heavenly dance
  • Christopher Tambling: The Knights of Trelights
  • Elizabeth Hill: The mill stream
  • Colin Mawby: The serene rohr flute
  • Christopher Tambling: Trumpet major
  • Andrew Wright: Trumpet scherzo
  • Robert Jones: Trumpet tune
  • David Terry: Trumpet tune
  • William Lloyd Webber: Verset for organ
  • William Lloyd Webber: Vesper hymn
  • Andrew Fletcher:Were you there
  • Rosalie Bonighton: Ye banks and braes