Martin Cooke Posted December 2, 2022 Share Posted December 2, 2022 I am writing this is a bit of a rush but want to get it 'out there' before I have to go out for a few hours - apologies if some dots need joining up. So, Chorale Preludes by Pachelbel... what's a good edition? I know they are ?all available on IMSLP, but I am much taken with one or two, eg Vom himmel hoch in the OUP Christmas Organ Music which I assume is arranged over three staves by Robert Gower, and Ein feste burg - on IMSLP arranged, again, I presume, over three staves by the excellent Pierre Gouin. Most of the IMSLP entries are on two staves and also very small. Is there a good edition in existence where many of these preludes are laid out on three staves? And if there is, and there are several volumes of P's organ works, please can you nod me towards the volume(s) that contain chorale preludes rather than P's other organ works? Sorry if I am laying bare endless amounts of ignorance about Johann Pachelbel! Please try to ignore! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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