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  • lcid
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    Originally posted by voet View Post
    I seem to recall that Concordia's Parish Organist series has 3 part arrangements in each volume. Here is a sample of the sorts of things they contain:

    https://www.cph.org/pdf/971437.pdf

    This is an excellent source of repertoire for the beginning church organist.
    Yes, the Parish Organist is a very good source of graded and easier trios and I would highly recommend them. I have used them a lot for service playing and have most of the series.

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  • regeron
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    Johnallen's profile page says his latest activity was 04-20-2020. COVID-19 has had an impact on all kinds of things, including basics like access to an organ or computer. Maybe that's why there has be no further activity.

    It's also possible that if this thread continues, it will be more for the benefit of the regulars who wish to pursue the topic.

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  • andijah
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    Unless it's raining cats and dogs, I ride my bicycle to get to this organ. Would be a bit awkward trying to transport an organ bench on a bicycle :-D
    There's a lady who's playing this organ regularly who's even smaller than I am and she claims she can play the pedalboard on this organ better than on the small one-manual-organ where we now have a height-adjustable bench. I don't know how she's doing it.

  • myorgan
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    Nice, though that bench is REALLY TALL! I'd bring my own bench, but fortunately, they provided a foot rest.

    Michael

  • andijah
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    It would have been nice to get some feedback from Johnallen regarding our suggestions. But maybe we just need to be more patient.

    In the meantime, here's a video of me playing one of the trios from op. 20 by Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck on an organ built in 1911: https://twitter.com/andijah/status/1262626231826219016
    (You will notice that the organ bench is a little to high for my short legs, but with historical organs and without adjustable benches you need to make do with what's there.)

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  • myorgan
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    Fixed it. Sometimes the Forum can be quite insistent on messing things up!

    Michael

  • Peterboroughdiapason
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    My Rheinberger link still doesn't work!

    Try this: https://imslp.org/wiki/10_Organ_Trio...Josef_Gabriel)

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  • andijah
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    Thanks myorgan for fixing the links!

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  • myorgan
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    Links have been repaired.

    Michael, Moderator

  • voet
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    I seem to recall that Concordia's Parish Organist series has 3 part arrangements in each volume. Here is a sample of the sorts of things they contain:

    https://www.cph.org/pdf/971437.pdf

    This is an excellent source of repertoire for the beginning church organist.

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  • Peterboroughdiapason
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    Thanks, andijah.

  • andijah
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    Just noticed that some of the imslp links don't work properly - those that end with ) : my Renner link and Peterboroughdiapason's Rheinberger link)
    You need to add the ) manually to get to the correct page on imslp.

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  • Peterboroughdiapason
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    What about Rheinberger? 2 sets, 1st one here: https://imslp.org/wiki/10_Organ_Trio...Josef_Gabriel)
    Last edited by myorgan; 01-15-2020, 04:26 PM.

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  • andijah
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    What's the definition of "simple"?
    Have a look at those: https://imslp.org/wiki/Organ_Trios,_...an_Heinrich%29
    https://imslp.org/wiki/12_Organ_Trio...ner%2C_Joseph)

    And please let us know if they're too difficult or too easy or just right. I can try to dig out some more.
    Last edited by myorgan; 01-14-2020, 04:03 PM.

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  • Leisesturm
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    I've held off responding because I suspect the o.p. does want something like the Bach Trio Sonatas, but a whole lot easier. I've got nothing. Probably all the Organ Method books (Gleason, Stainer, Peeters, et al) have some but I don't know that for sure.

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