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Oxford Hymn Settings for Organists: Easter and Ascension
29 original pieces on hymns for Easter and Ascension
By Various

Organ solo - Easy to Moderately Difficult
29 original pieces on hymns for Easter and Ascension. Composed by Various. Edited by Rebecca Groom te Velde & David Blackwell. Organ (Solo). Oxford Hymn Settings for Organists. 120 pages. Oxford University Press #9780193393462. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193393462).

Item Number: OU.9780193393462

ISBN 9780193393462. 12 x 9 inches.

With a host of accessible, quality new settings, and with pieces based on all the major hymn tunes, these volumes are a must for every church organist's library.

  • Alleluia No. 1  Composed by Aaron Miller
  • Ave Virgo Virginum  Composed by Mary Beth Bennett
  • Diademata  Composed by Christopher Tambling
  • Easter Hymn  Composed by Philip Moore
  • Ellacombe  Composed by Graham Ross
  • Gopsal  Composed by David Bednall
  • Guiting Power  Composed by Paul Leddington Wright
  • Jesus Is Lord  Composed by Matthew Corl
  • King's Weston  Composed by Craig Phillips
  • Lasst uns erfreuen/Easter Song  Composed by Rebecca Groom Te Velde
  • Llanfair  Composed by Rebecca Groom Te Velde
  • Lux Eoi  Composed by David Blackwell
  • Maccabaeus  Composed by Miller
  • Miles Lane  Composed by Paul Leddington Wright
  • Nassau (Wirtemburg)  Composed by David Thorne
  • Noel Nouvelet  Composed by Michael Bedford
  • O Filii et Filiae  Composed by William Whitehead
  • Puer nobis nascitur  Composed by David Schelat
  • St Albinus  Composed by Philip Moore
  • St Fulbert  Composed by Malcolm Archer
  • St Magnus  Composed by Ashley Grote
  • Salzburg  Composed by Robert J. Powell
  • Savannah  Composed by David Blackwell
  • Truro  Composed by Michael Bedford
  • Victory  Composed by Alan Bullard
  • Vulpius/Gelobt sei Gott  Composed by Brian Solomons
  • Ratings + Reviews

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  • May 07, 2015 Great hymn miniatures

    I particularly liked the setting of Alleluia No. 1, I also liked the setting of Easter Hymn (both nice quiet communion settings). The setting of Llanfair is a Toccata that is harder and less accessible to the listener. Overall, I've used a number of pieces from the book this...

    Easter season and feel it was worth the money.

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