6 Short Choral Preludes
by Dudley Buck, reprint of the 1871 White, Smith & Perry edition
This is a new printing on sturdy acid-free paper of the original. 12 pages.
Highest quality guaranteed. We include a photo and music notes. Size of music
is 13.5" x
This Is Newly Printed Music
a contemporary of Eugene Thayer and John Knowles Paine, was one of the early
American organ virtuosi who composed many works for the organ. These quality
preludes form one of the earliest collections of hymn tune preludes published
in America and most of the tunes are recognized today. Moderately easy.
|Mear: “Will God forever cast us off?”
||Old Hundred: “All people that on earth do dwell,” Doxology
|Thatcher: “Welcome, sweet day of rest ”
||Federal Street: “My dear Redeemer and my Lord,” “Jesus,
and shall it ever be”
|St. Ann’s: “O God, our Help in ages past,” “O,
where are kings and empires now”
||Dundee: “O God of Bethel,” “God moves
in a mysterious way” Buck provided
three versions of this prelude.