I recently wrote a piece for organ, and I've been thinking about asking the organist at my church to play it.
My wife is an Anglican church musician. For chant, she wants a staff with no time signature and no bar lines, and she wants notes with no stems. I can remove stems, but only one by one, and the same for bar lines...that's pretty tedious. And there is no way to do without a time signature at all, that I can find. Anybody have any ideas how to do this? Thx.
This is the song which i need sheet music, can you please provide me the original sheet music:
I was laden down with sin,
Full of wickedness within,
In the darkness of despair, regret and loss;
When I heard a gentle voice
And it made my heart rejoice:
“Come find rest, thy heavy laden, at the cross.”
At the cross, at the cross,
There my sins were all forgiven at the cross
There my burdens rolled away
There my night was turned to day
There I met my blessed Saviour at
I've been asked to make an arrangement of a Danish pop song for trumpet and church organ. I suspect the organist who'll play this has two or three manuals, so would it it possible to do these dramatic dynamic changes?
Found this online today and thought it might be worth discussing:
Hi all !
My name is Wandrille, I'm 15, and I'm organist. Found of J.S. Bach and baroque music, I have got a challenge: upload all the arrangement of Bach's organ works, and maybe more, like cantatas, pieces of the Well Tempered Clavier, etc. If you are interested in all those works, you can have a look at my dashboard and I would be pleased if you decide to follow me.
Thank you very much for your attention, and god bless you all !