I improvised this piece at Vilnius University St John's church back in 2013. My Total Organist student John Higgins expressed the wish to play it, if it was transcribed. So now in time for Christmas 2020 I'm ready to share with you the transcribed version of this improvisation which is dedicated to John Higgins.
The home key of this piece is C Major and you will hear Silent Night melody in various closely related keys: G Major, E Minor, A Minor, D Minor, F Major and back to C Major. At the end I include a brief Coda with the excursion to F Major key over the tonic pedal point.
Hope you will enjoy it!
What will you get?
PDF score. 6 pages. Intermediate level.
This score is free for Total Organist students.
Good luck in your practice and let me know how it goes!
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