Example hymn accompaniment with last verse reharmonization (starting at 2:25 ) from CP207
“Sing of God Made Manifest” CP162
“At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing” CP207
(played here using the phrasing for CP162)
A very much loved and requested hymn is “Lord, the Light of Your Love Is Shining”
CP460 ,,,,, requested by all age groups.
Tune: Shine, Jesus, Shine
Another example hymn accompaniment showing introduction and 4 verses.
This is CP161 “Wise Men, They Came to Look for Wisdom” Tune name: Wer nur den lieben Gott
Aslo known by “ If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee”
This is an older, much more colorful version of “Be Thou My Vision” played here from an old Pilgrim hymnal ... This version has been (thankfully) retained in Presbyterian Hymnal (US) PH339
Tune name: Slane
“Amazing Grace”, CP352, has always moved me when I’ve heard it played on the bagpipe. Here, I’m using the organ reed stops to (crudely) imitate a bagpipe for the introduction.
Tune: New Britain
This is “O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High” as found in the Prebyterian Hymnal (US) PH083 and the tune is Deo Gracias
I was so pleased to see this as it is based on the “Agincourt Hymn” arranged by E. Power Biggs and this arrangement is by Richard Proulx,
A wonderful trumpet tune by David German, “Festive Trumpet Tune” is thoroughly enjoyable to listen to and fun to play ....
Voluntary #1 from 10 Voluntaries for the Organ or Harpsichord, Opus 5 (1748) by John Stanley .... Adagio (0-1:05), Andante (1:05- 3:43) , Slow ( 3:43- 4:53) and Allegro ( 4:53- 8:13). The Allegro is one of those melodies which you just can’t get out of your musical memory
“Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen” (trans) Ah Holy Jesus, How Hast Thou Offended
A lovely Chorale Prelude by Helmut Walcha
“Zu Bethlehem geboren” (trans) In Bethlehem’s Low Stable
One of many gems from this composer.
Chorale Prelude by Helmut Walcha
Fugue in C Major “The Fanfare Fugue”
J.S.Bach (arr. E.P,Biggs)
Performance not the greatest but still fun to listen to
“Sarabande on Land of Rest” from the Suite for Organ by Gerald Near.
Very restful and one of my favourites
“In Dulci Jubilo” - J.S.Bach A very simple and effective setting of this lovely piece ....