The Organist's Great Big Lent & Easter Book

A Feast of Music for the Greatest Season of the Year

Besetzung: Orgel

HerausgeberDonald Thomson
Umfang414 Seiten; 21,0 x 30 cm
Hersteller/VerlagKevin Mayhew
BestellnummerKM 1400497
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A real bumper collection of 132 sight-readable pieces by the finest composers to take you through the entire season of Lent, Holy Week and Easter.

Besides seasonal compositions there are hymn-based pieces including preludes and last verses, many in two keys to match both modern and older hymn books.


The Composers:

  • A. E. Floyd
  • Adrian Vernon Fish
  • Alan Viner
  • Andrew Fletcher
  • Andrew Gant
  • Christopher Tambling
  • Colin Mawby
  • Elizabeth Hill
  • Harrison Oxley
  • James Patten
  • June Nixon
  • Malcolm Archer
  • Malcolm McKelvey
  • Noel Rawsthorne
  • Quentin Thomas
  • Richard Lloyd
  • Richard Pantcheff
  • Richard Proulx
  • Rosalie Bonighton
  • Stanley Vann

Lent and Holy Week

  • A Lenten Dialogue
  • A Lenten Prose
  • A Lenten Reflection
  • Consummatum est
  • Crucifixus
  • Jesu, victim blest
  • Lament
  • Lent lilies
  • Lenten Litany
  • Lenten Prelude
  • Mary at the foot of Jesus
  • Palm Sunday Processional
  • Parce Domine
  • Pensive Procession
  • Solemn Processional
  • Stabat mater dolorosa
  • The open heart
  • There was darkness all over the land


  • Alleluia! Resurrexit!
  • An Easter awakening
  • An Easter Fanfare
  • Christ is risen
  • Easter Alleluia
  • Easter Fanfare
  • Easter Fanfare and Processional
  • Eastertide Processional
  • In pomp and triumph high
  • Lord of majesty
  • Lumen Christe
  • Passiontide prayer
  • Sortie: Christ the Lord is risen again
  • This joyful Eastertide
  • Tibi, Redemptor omnium

Hymn-based pieces (Prelude and last verse)


  • Prelude and last verse
  • Abridge (Be thou my guardian and my guide)
  • Aus der Tiefe (Heinlein) (Forty days and forty nights)
  • Breslau (Take up thy cross)
  • Epworth (Forgive our sins as we forgive)
  • Gerontius (Praise to the holiest)
  • Misericordia (Just as I am, without one plea)
  • Petra (Redhead No. 76) (Rock of ages)
  • Quam dilecta (My spirit longs for thee)
  • Repton (Dear Lord and Father of mankind/The night before our Saviour died)
  • Southwell (Damon) (Lord Jesus, think on me)
  • St Hugh (Lord, teach us how to pray)

Passiontide / Holy Week

  • St Theodulph (All glory, laud and honour)
  • Winchester New (Ride on, ride on in majesty)
  • O waly, waly (An upper room did our Lord prepare)
  • Song 1 (O thou, who at thy eucharist didst pray)
  • Tantum ergo (Grafton) (Now, my tongue, the mystery telling)
  • Crucifer (Lift high the cross)
  • Horsley (There is a green hill far away)
  • Passion Chorale (O sacred head, surrounded)
  • Rockingham (When I survey the wondrous cross)
  • Were you there (Were you there when they crucified my Lord?)
  • Wychbold (In the cross of Christ I glory)
  • Albano (O dearest Lord, thy sacred head)
  • Bow Brickhill (We sing the name of him who died)
  • Caswall (Glory be to Jesus)
  • Herongate (It is a thing most wonderful)
  • Love unknown (My song is love unknown)
  • Olivet (My faith looks up to thee)
  • Slane (Come, wounded healer)
  • Song 13 (Canterbury) (Jesu, grant me this, I pray)
  • St Bernard (All ye who seek a comfort sure)
  • St Christopher (Beneath the cross of Jesus)
  • Stabat Mater (At the cross her station keeping)


  • Christ arose (Low in the grave he lay)
  • Christchurch (Now is the eternal life)
  • Easter hymn (Jesus Christ is risen today)
  • Ellacombe (The day of resurrection)
  • Gelob't sei Gott (Vulpius) (Good Christians all, rejoice and sing)
  • Lasst uns erfreuen (Light's glittering morn)
  • Lux eoi (Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise)
  • Maccabaeus (Thine be the glory)
  • Noel nouvelet (Now the green blade riseth)
  • O filii et filiae (O sons and daughters, let us sing)
  • Salzburg (At the Lamb's high feast we sing)
  • Savannah (Love's redeeming work is done)
  • St Albinus (Jesus lives! thy terrors now)
  • St Fulbert (Ye choirs of new Jerusalem)
  • St John Damascene (Come, ye faithful, raise the strain)
  • St Michael (The Lord is risen indeed)
  • Thornbury (You stood there on the shoreline)
  • This joyful Eastertide (Vreuchten) (This joyful Eastertide)
  • Victory (The strife is o'er, the battle done)
  • Württemberg (Christ the Lord is risen again)