Do you understand why some of the harmonies are blank?
“You think I’m kidding, but I’m not. I know of no greater piece than this.” —Jeff Ostrowski
Careful: the Alto line is surprisingly difficult!
Many would ask: “What is the purpose of posting such books? Are we supposed to sing from them?”
If you can read treble clef, you can read this edition … a brilliant idea!
Releasing this is probably a bad idea…too late!
I will most definitely be playing these pieces—based on hymn tunes—by Georg Philipp Telemann!
Mr. Albert Bloomfield has done us a breathtaking favor.
Nobody knows the author or date of publication.
An extremely rare book from 1941, containing all your favorite Gregorian chants!
It looks so simple when placed in a booklet like that…
Enjoy this treasure trove of organ music from almost 400 years ago! Plus a few highlights from along the way.
How utterly strange to see such items!
Very few people have a copy of this incredibly rare Catholic hymnal.
We assembled a staggering number of Catholic hymnals and selected only the very best material from each.
Wow … I bet you’ve never heard this piece before!
I recorded all the voices, to demonstrate how it sounds…
A hymnal out of print for fifty years has been scanned by Mr. Colin E. Jackson!
…including a failed descant from 1983.
Could there be a nicer hymn than this? It is fresh and glorious.