QUOTE(oldromola @ Nov 25 2011, 05:41 PM)
Well, despite no feedback, I bought it......all 3 pages for GBP 10.50. I wish I could tell you it's a little gem, but I think that would be streching the point. It is however perfectly pleasant and of only moderate difficulty.
The date on my copy idicates it was published in 1987 although one would have thought it came from an earlier part of the 20th century. For the most part we have a solo with string accompanyment. Despite some atonality in the music there are actually two village church 'amen' (plagal) cadences to be found. They are handled skilfully so one forgives!
For less than GBP 10.00 I recently bought the Kalmus album of French and German Christmas Music, and again for less than GBP 10 the Oxford Service Music, Manuals & Pedals Book 3. Both of these are incomparably better value.
Apologies for interjecting, but the answer re cost is it's French music - it's always ludicrously expensive and poor quality too (Faure Requiem GBP5 Novello, Durufle Requiem GBP25 Durand - started falling apart after just one perfromance
Organist friends are always complaining about the cost of French music....
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