Guest Cynic Posted June 22, 2009 Share Posted June 22, 2009 Excelent, thanks for these and keep them coming. As requested: In no particular order: There's the Heiller Tanz Toccata - some very odd rhythms, but it's unmistakably Viennese. It'll take a while to learn! Toccata a La Gigue by Orlando Mansfield is good, though out of print. I am currently learning Three Dances by Ian Hare, published by Animus. No.1 'Spanish Dance' is a real winner. Frescobaldi's Aria detta Balletto comes highly recommended The same volume (Spielbuch fur Kleinorgel, Peters) has an ? anonymous Partita on La Follia (? sp.) Do you have any Edward German? There are plenty of pastiche dance movements there. There's the Warlock Capriol Suite of course, there are various versions around including one for organ by Andrew Teague [my own version, unpublished, is based on the piano reduction]. Weird and wonderful: Alain Trois Dances Pavane and Galliard - Philip Cranmer OUP (though possibly now out of print) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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