Trio in a Style of Bach
Alles Was Du Bist
by Billy Nalle,
reprint of original 1972 World Library Publications edition
This is a new printing of the original edition on sturdy, acid-free
paper. 8 pages. All markings are original. We include photos,a capsule
biography of Nalle, and comments on the piece.
Billy Nalle was an inspiration to me as an advocate for unity among all
organists and lovers of organs of all types. This delightful
piece was written to please listeners of all organ music and was played
at both AGO and ATOS conventions of 1966. Highest quality
guaranteed. Size of music is 12.5" x 9.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
(1921-2005) was an organist of
extraordinary scope who campaigned for acceptance of all organs and organists through his playing, his writing,
and his recordings. He wrote for the AGO journal and was inducted into the ATOS Hall of Fame in 1993. He served in
the US Navy during World War II; he worked with established musicians such as Lawrence Welk; and he contributed music to
television programs including The Edge of Night
, Hallmark Hall of Fame
, and The Ed Sullivan
; he produced many recordings that are still popular today. Billy used Jerome Kern’s immortal “All the
Things You Are” as the cantus firmus in this chorale prelude and requests a performer-provided eight-bar solo at the appropriate
time. One of our most requested titles, this piece is moderately easy and a whole lot of fun.