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Suite On German Chorales

Suite On German Chorales

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Solo
Arranger Barbara Harbach
Publisher Augsburg Publishing House
Catalog # 0800675010
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Suite On German Chorales Arranged by Barbara Harbach. For Organ Solo. Published by Augsburg Publishing House. (Catalog # 0800675010, UPC: 9780800675011)

Harbach is widely published by Vivace Press (her own company) and is well-known in the AGO circles. This suite includes seven movements in a variety of styles based on the German chorales of Martin Luther; the movements include a rhapsody, toccata, reverie, ricercare/motet, and bold harmonic statements of the tunes. Useful voluntaries, either separately or as a complete suite for an extended prelude or concert repertoire.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHORALE FANTASY ON EIN FESTE BURG  
CHORALE ON AUS TIEFER NOT  
CHORALE ON VATER UNSER  
FINALE  
ORGAN MOTET ON EIN FESTE BURG  
REVERIE ON VATER UNSER  
RHAPSODY ON AUS TIEFER NOT  
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