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Festival Overture by I V Flagler Toccata in D by René Becker Concert Variations on Nuremburg (Liebster Jesu) by Eugene Thayer Where Dusk Gathers Deep, by Charles Stebbins Monthly Discounted Bundle
Festival Overture
by Flagler
Toccata
in D

by Becker
Concert Variations on “Nuremburg”
by Thayer
Where Dusk Gathers Deep
by Stebbins
Monthly Bundle
for September 2014
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Recent: Alpine Fantasy and Storm by Flagler, Canzonetta by Chadwick, First Sonata by René Becker, and Sunset at the Abbey by Sellars.

Coming: Second Sonata by Becker, Introduction to Act III of Lohengrin by Wagner-Archer, Processional by Dieckmann, Caprice by Dethier, Sonata, Op 38 by Olsson, March Processional by Loud, Ave Maria by Thayer, and much more!

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“I just wanted to let you know that I received my copy of Procession to the Minster. This edition is lovely — the paper is substantial and the engraving high quality. I am definitely looking forward to learning to love this composition all over again. I first fell in love with the composition over 30 years ago, while playing tuba in another arrangement, no less — and have been looking for an organ arrangement ever since. Thank you!” —New Mexico, USA
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“I downloaded successfully Communion by René Louis Becker. It’s just beautiful. It is a very surprising composition. Thanks Michael for helping me to know this old music that can not be found with any ease. I write from Chile and I wish there were more titles PDF. Some time ago I did get another beauty, The Lost Chord by A. Sullivan. Thanks again and kind regards from Chile.” —Chile
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“[Merkel’s Variations on a Theme of Beethoven] is not as well known as his nine organ sonatas, but makes a fine recital piece, or individual variations can stand on their own as service pieces.” —Kenneth Udy, The Diapason, April 2014 (read the review)
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“Charles R. Ford was the organist for the First Religious Society (Unitarian) in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Although he published two collections of hymn tunes and choral music in 1885, this Impromptu is his only organ composition. ... I could recommend it as a short church piece or as a filler piece in a student recital.” —Jay Zoller, The Diapason, February 2014 (read the review)
“Michael, the Five Sonatas by Eugene Thayer arrived recently. There is a wealth of great material in there that will be useful for church as well as concert. Thank you very much for making these and other hard-to-find items available at great prices! Thanks also for the bonus organ dusting cloth. I am actually using it to dust my shiny black baby grand piano at home, which attracts dust daily!” —Ohio, USA
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