Epiphanies - Three Hymn Settings for the Season
of Epiphany for Oboe or Trumpet and Organ or Piano
- Alfred V. Fedak

Composer Alfred V. Fedak
Price $16 (U.S.) Released 7/08
Difficulty Moderately easy
Catalog no. 160-925

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These three short movements for oboe or trumpet and organ make an excellent worship suite for Epiphany -- each based on a familiar hymn of the season. The first movement is a calm prelude on THE WISE MEN ("Saw You Never, in the Twilight"), the second movement a stately meditation on MORNING STAR ("Brightest and Best"), and the third movement is a playful dance on PUER NOBIS ("What Star Is This?"). The organ part is also playable on the piano, and the oboe or trumpet part is well within the ability of a student or amateur player. (A Bb version of the instrumental part is also included for trumpet.)


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