This Toccatina Festiva, Op. 242 was submitted to the 2023-2024 Palm Beach AGO Organ Composition Contest. Even though it wasn't chosen among the winning entries I had much fun creating it. This composition is written in ABA form. The first part features modal theme with running sixteenth notes, driving rhythm and colourful harmonies. In the middle, part the rhythmic intensity diminishes but the harmonies retain their colours. In the recapitulation, the theme comes back with renewed vigour and concludes with an exciting pedal solo passage. This piece will delight the audience and the organist and will serve well as a postlude during liturgy or recital. Dedicated to Ausra.
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