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Flor Peeters, his life and his organ works by John Hofmann

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Published by Birchwood Press in Fredonia, N.Y .
Written in English



  • Belgium


  • Peeters, Flor, 1903-,
  • Composers -- Belgium -- Biography,
  • Organists -- Belgium -- Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Hofmann.
LC ClassificationsML410.P265 H6
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 211 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4743149M
LC Control Number78056489

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Most organists have this book in their collection of music. The well known organist and composer Flor Peeters' Little Organ Book provides an excellent starting point for beginning organists. Includes graded exercises on well-known hymn tunes and original compositions. A favorite among teachers and students. By Flor Peeters. Organ Book. Selected by James Conely. These 35 contemporary style miniatures for organ are lovely improvisatory pieces written in various styles and moods, in most major, minor and modal keys. Several pieces are marked 'con Ped.,' but since they are generally easy and most are written on two staves instead of three, they may be. Flor Peeters (Baron Peeters) (born 4 July , died 4 July ) was a Belgian composer, organist and academic was director of the Convervatorium in Antwerp, Belgium, and organist at Mechelen Cathedral from to his death in The Festival Voluntary is essentially a piece that demands bright registrations, relying strongly on the mixtures and possibly some mutation stops for a touc.

Although Peeters composed symphonic works, chamber music and songs, it is for his Organ Works that he is mainly remembered. In these works he was inspired by Gregorian Chant and the Flemish polyphonists. Flor Peeters: his life and his organ works by John Hofmann (Book); Contemporary musicians: profiles of the people in music by Laura Hightower (); Flor Peeters, organist by Pieter Visser (Book). Flor Peeters, His Life and His Organ Works. Peeters] Hofmann, John. Published by Birchwood Press, Fredonia, N.Y. () Used Ex-library book, usual markings. Hardback without dust cover. The book has been damage by being stored badly which has given it a badly bumped bottom spine corner but it is still clean inside and very useable for. Flor Peeters is author of the largest published chorale work ever undertaken: opus Hymn Preludes for the Liturgical Year (); it contains no less than chorale preludes on ecumenical church hymns for the complete Liturgical Year. Raymond Schroyens will dedicate two lectures to the chorale oeuvre of Flor Peeters.