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Six Bagatelles for Organ

COMPOSER: Brian Chapple
PUBLISHER: Chester Music
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Organ
The first performance of Six Bagatelles was given by Margaret Phillips in St Michael’s Church, Lyme Regis, on 18 November 2011. Six Bagatelles are transcriptions for organ of six of the Bagatelles diverses originallywrittenfor solo piano. These are published by Chester Music (order no. CH74371) and
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Composer Brian Chapple
Publisher Chester Music
Instrumentation Organ
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Organ
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2012
EAN 5020679592748
Style Period Post 1901
No. Pages 24
No. MUSCH80366
Description
The first performance of Six Bagatelles was given by Margaret Phillips in St Michael’s Church, Lyme Regis, on 18 November 2011.

Six Bagatelles are transcriptions for organ of six of the Bagatelles diverses originallywrittenfor solo piano. These are published by Chester Music (order no. CH74371) and have been recorded by Caroline Clemmow on ‘Burlesque’ - Piano Music by Brian Chapple (divineart dda25056).

'I am very grateful toMargaretPhillips for her helpful comments and practical suggestions in the preparation of these pieces for performance.' - Brian Chapple

'This engaging set was originally written for solo pianoandtranscribed for organ for Margaret Phillips, who first performed them in 2011. The transcriptions are most successful: idiomatic and allowing plenty of scope for colourful registrations. Harmonically the music is dissonant,yetaccessible; themes are engaging and well developed. The fifth is the most extended an inventive, dancing scherzo coupling sliding chromaticism with a fierce inner rhythmic drive. This would make an excellent set fortheadventurous recitalist but could equally be played individually in a liturgical setting.' - Sunday by Sunday
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