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Fourteen Chorale Preludes
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Fourteen Chorale Preludes

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Wolfgang Rubsam
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Grade Medium
Catalog # 0806698038

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Fourteen Chorale Preludes Arranged by Wolfgang Rubsam. For Organ Folio. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0806698038, UPC: 9780806698038)

This volume addresses the art of improvisation by providing templates for styles from various composers and improvisers over the past several centuries. Each setting focuses on a different improvisational technique along with an explanation of how to develop improvisational skills. Inspired by composers Alain, Bach, de Grigny, Distler, Dumage, Dupr , Durufl , H ndel, Howells, Langlais, Reger, Rheinberger, Telemann, and Walcha.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AS WE GATHER AT YOUR TABLE  
COME WITH US O BLESSED JESUS  
COME YE DISCONSOLATE  
ETERNAL SPIRIT OF THE LIVING CHRIST  
FATHER WE THANK YOU  
I COME WITH JOY  
I RECEIVED THE LIVING GOD  
IN THE SINGING  
LORD ENTHRONED IN HEAVENLY SPLENDOR  
LORD WHO THE NIGHT YOU WERE BETRAYED  
RISEN CHRIST, THE  
SOUL ADORN YOURSELF WITH GLADNESS  
STRENGTHEN FOR SERVICE LORD  
THINE THE AMEN  
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