Two Preludes: An ALBANY Processional & Fantasia and Chorale on TYSK
Organ solo • Alfred V. Fedak

Composer Alfred V. Fedak
Released 6/2023
Use Instrumental
Difficulty Moderately easy
Catalog no. 160-636
Price $15 (U.S.)

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Two lesser-known, but strong, hymn tunes form the basis of these pieces by Alfred V. Fedak. The festive hymn tune Albany (also Fedak’s home of many years) receives a grand processional treatment, highly suitable as a festive postlude. A setting of the German chorale Tysk is cast in two movements (that can be played together or separately), with a strongly baroque-inspired style. The opening fantasia is a stylus phantasticus movement with free flourishes interspersed with the homophonic phrases of the chorale melody. The second movement is a contrapuntal chorale prelude with the melody on a solo stop.



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