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Six Chorales On Tony Botel

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Solo
Publisher Morning Star Music Publishers
Catalog # MSM12-112

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Six Chorales On Tony Botel For Organ Solo. Published by Morning Star Music Publishers. (Catalog # MSM12-112)

In Giocoso, the tune is in the pedal for several measures but turns into a fugal subject in partial imitation. In Cantilena the tune is imbedded inside the staccato "peppering" of the texture. Canone Doppio is a double canon with fragments of the tune in the pedal. Each canonic voice is a laminate of itself and its accompaniment which gives the movement its title. Cadenza is a flourish for the pedals where the tune is laced into the rush of sixteenth notes with a few commentaries on the manuals. Preghiera is a prayer in which very delicate flakes of sound accompany the pedal, which presents the tune. Maestoso is a grand finale with the tune appearing in the manuals and pedal alternately.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CADENZA  
CANONE DOPPIO  
CANTILENA  
GIOCOSO  
MAESTOSO  
PREGHIERA  
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