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  • #16
    Also, these books are good for beginner organists: The Organist's Manual (get it?) and Bach's Little Organ Book. The first is $70 but the latter can be around $20. Are you looking for hymn arrangments too?
    “I play the notes as they are written, but it is God who makes the music.” - Johann Sebastian Bach
    Organs I Play:
    - Allen 2100(T); 1951 M.P. Moller, 3 manual, 55 stop, 28 ranks, (Opus 8152); and 1965 Balcom and Vaughan 3 manual, 34 stops, 25 ranks (Opus 690)

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    • myorgan
      myorgan commented
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      I believe they're both free on IMSLP.org. Granted, you don't get a wide variety of editions, but they are the right price!

      Michael

  • #17
    Here's an (older) discussion on the eight little preludes and fugues that might also be helpful:
    https://organforum.com/forums/forum/...des-and-fugues

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    • Philip Powell
      Philip Powell commented
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      There is also another book (by Oxford) that has pedal included.

  • #18
    https://www.amazon.com/Oxford-Servic.../dp/0193372630
    Oxford Service Music for Organ: Manuals Only (Book 1)
    I use this at almost every mass, whether it's a prelude, postlude, or for when I find out one of my hymns was too short and I need an interlude. It's for manuals only, but I usually add pedals in myself to some of the pieces.
    Organs I play regularly:
    -Estey Opus 3103, II/8 (1938)
    -Schantz Opus 2145/2224, IV/86 (1998-2002)

    For a list of other organs I've played, see my bio.

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