Prelude on the Carillon d'Alet
Organ solo
Craig Phillips

Composer Craig Phillips
Released 6/16
Use Voluntary, Recitals
Difficulty Moderately difficult
Catalog no. 160-853
Price $10 (U.S.) recording

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Written as a companion piece for his fugue (Fugue on the Carillon d'Alet, 160-852), Craig Phillips’s prelude is inspired by the distinctive character of Duruflé’s beloved “Scherzo.” As with the fugue, the musical theme is derived from the bells of the Eglise-St. André in the village of Alet-les-Bains, France. The prelude may be used to precede the fugue, or it can also stand alone as its own work.




Prelude on the Carillon d'Alet



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