These short pieces from the instrumental music of Purcell have been arranged to form a suite for Organ by S. Drummond Wolff.
This piece is an arrangement of the first movement of Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and was scored for two trumpets, two trombones, and organ by S. Drummond Wolff. Generally used during the Christmas season.
A significant German composer of the early 1800's. Artistically a descendent of J. S. Bach (Rinck was a pupil of Kittel who was a pupil of Bach), his style shows many of the same nuances in harmony and sequences within these chorale-based compositions, Edited by Mark Bighley and Shelley McGehee.
These six trumpet tunes of various 18th-century composers have been arranged and edited for organ. They are not the familiar trumpet tunes, but have been arranged from movements by John Stanley, William Boyce, Maurice Greene, George Philipp Telemann, and George Frideric Handel.
Based upon the liturgical melodies from Lutheran Worship and Lutheran Book of Worship. Each ends with a short intonation of the liturgical song.
These four movements for brass quartet, timpani, and organ may be performed as a set or independently. Instrumental parts included.
No. 1 in the series “Ceremonial Music from the German Baroque for Brass Quartet and Organ, ‘Heroic Music’” (Musique Heroique) by George Philipp Telemann. Edited and arranged by S. Drummond Wolff for two trumpets, two trombones, and organ. Instrumental parts included.
These organ canticles are based on the post-communion liturgical melodies of LW (Divine Service II, 1 and 2) and LBW (Holy Communion 1 and 2). These works are useful whenever the Eucharist is celebrated, and as postludes as well.
This short, expressive work is good for any occasion, especially more meditative services. Part for flute included.
This three movement suite may be played as a single unit or as three separate pieces. Instrumental parts included.
A gentle work on the familiar English tune MICHAEL and a fanfare on ABBOT'S LEIGH.
A fughetta on a Palm Sunday hymn, a canon at the fifth on "Lamb of God," three settings of "O Sacred Head," and an extended treatment of DUNDEE (usable at other seasons) make up this practical set of pieces.
Suite in A Number 18 in the continuing series Music for a Sunday Morning, this suite consists of a Prelude, Chaconne, and Rondel (approximately 3 minutes long, each). These movements, based on non-hymn material, are designed to serve as a prelude, voluntary, and postlude. This festive work with…
Music for a festival or other celebration. Includes instrumental parts for brass quartet and timpani.
Arranged by S. Drummond Wolff. Two trumpets, organ, and timpani. Instrumental parts are included.
The famous "Ershallet, ihr Lieder" ("Sing Praises, Ye Faithful") chorus arranged by Donald Rotermund for organ, brass quartet, and timpani.
A transcription of Sinfonia No. 1 in C by Antonio Vivaldi for brass quartet.
This Processional from a "Sonata for Winds" by George Frideric Handel is edited and arranged for two trumpets, two trombones, timpani, and organ. By S. Drummond Wolff. Suitable for weddings and festive occasions.
This entry in the Music for a Sunday Morning series is in Powell's typical warm style. Movements are thematically related, yet different in character, style, and techniques.
Chorale, Aria, Toccata: three distinctive pieces for manuals only.
Woodwinds or strings may be utilized in this arrangement based on the Sinfonia from the Christmas Oratorio by J. S. Bach. The flowing melodic lines make this manuscript acceptable to use for numerous occasions.
S. Drummond Wolff has edited and arranged 3 festive Italian baroque settings for organ, brass quartet, and timpani: * "Trumpet Tune" by Guiseppe Torelli * "Allegretto" by Arcangelo Corelli * "Trumpet Finale" by Francesco Manfredini
The first in the series "Ceremonial Music from the French Baroque for Brass Quartet and Organ, No. 1, 'Rondeau'" from Sinfonies de Fanfares by Jean Joseph Mouret (1682–1738). Edited and arranged by S. Drummond Wolff for 2 trumpets, 2 trombones and organ. Instrumental parts included.
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