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The organ accompaniment of the church services : a practical guide for the student

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Choir Training in the Royal AcaiUmy of MiisioProfessor of the Organ and
and Clioirmaster Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, W.Organist of
PBICE THBEE SHILLINGS NET
LONDON: JOSEPH WILLIAMS, LIMITED
Great Portland Street, W.32,
Boston, Mass., U.S.A.: THE BOSTON MUSIC COMPANY (G. Schirmt:r. Inc,)
CopyHght, U.S.A., 1911, by Joseph Whxiamr, LianTF.n.PRINTED BY GEO. BARBER,
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TABLE OF C0NTP:NTS.
PAGE
viiPreface
CHAPTER
--- 1I. Introductory
to the Art ofII. Consideration of matters inctf-e^ttal
—THE Accompanist
I. Touch 5
SightII. Eeading at 7
III. Score Reading 8
IV. Reading from a Figured Bass 10
12V. Transposition
III. Accompaniment of Hymns 12 of Hymns (continued) - - - - 19IV.
-V. Accompaniment of Psalms and Canticles - - 28
—VI. Variety in accompanying Hymns and Psalms Embel-
-lishment, AND Re-arrangement of Voice Parts 36
VII. Variety inHymns and Psalms [continued).
Organ Treatment aio) Effects of Colour - - 47
- -VIII. Accompaniment of Responses and Monotone 56
IX. of Anthems, and Settings op the
Canticles 66
X. Choral Communion Service 75
-XI. Preludes to Anthems, and Extempore Voluntaries 80
XII.— Accompaniment ofI. Oratorios, Sacred Songs and
Recitatives 89
II. Organ and Orchestra 101
XIII. Accompaniment of Plainsong 103
Appendix I.— Short ...A Analysis of The Psalms 113
II. Occasional Services :—Choral Baptismal Service„
—Confirmation Service—Marriage
-Burial Service—Commination Service - 135
.-.-...,,,General Inde^ 137