Orgelschule band 1

Kaller, Ernst (1898-1961)
Schott Music


Grundlagen des Pedalspiels, Stücke

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This method of organ playing presupposes a certain technical skill on the piano. The pedal exercises at the beginning are fundamental and should be practiced in all keys with gradually increasing tempo.
The structure of this method is based on the increasing polyphony: two-part pieces are followed by three-and multi-part pieces. Studying the strict structure of the polyphonic compositions, getting a feel of the liveliness of these parts, their coming, going and returning, all this, with the knowledge of harmonic form and architectonic values, provides the essential background for the correct interpretation of polyphonic music, especially of the fugue.

The most important musical forms have been used to illustrate the various possibilities of registration and its relationship to style (colourful, solo and smooth playing).
Progress within this method is made in a winding pattern, i.e. by falling frequently back on earlier aspects, through the juxtaposition of special stylistic and formal features, in order to consolidate them or add to variety.

It is very important that the evolution of organ music from vocal music should be made clear to the student the very beginning, both musically and intellectually. He will be shown the technical evolution of organ music over the centuries and thus be prepared for a really artistic performance and interpretation of old and new works on his instrument, especially for the incomparable art of our great Johann Sebastian Bach.

Grundlagen des Pedalspiels

T.L. da Vittoria: Bicinium: Bonum erat
A. Zoilo: Bicinium: Quare fremuerunt
Melius illi
W. Dietrich: Übung in e-Moll
G.P. Telemann: Largo
J.K.F. Fischer: Übung d-Moll
G.P. Telemann: Kanon
J. Pachelbel: Magnificat peregrini toni “Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn”
T.L. da Vittoria: Accedentes principes
J.K.F. Fischer: Übung in g-Moll
W. Dietrich: Pedalübung
S. Scheidt: “Vater unser im Himmelreich” VI. Versus Choralis in Basi
H.L. Haßler: Crucifixus
J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium D-Dur
J. Pachelbel: Übung in a-Moll
W. Dietrich: Übung in As-Dur
R. Schwarz-Schilling: Kanon a 2
Kanon a 3
G. Aichinger: Stabat mater
J. Pachelbel: “Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt”
J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium fis-Moll
H.L. Haßler: Benedictus
J. Pachelbel: “Was mein Gott will, das gescheh’ allzeit”
T.L.da Vittoria: Exclamans Jesus
S.Scheidt: “Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz” IX. Versus. Choralis in Basso
D. Zipoli: Pastorale
J. Pachelbel: “Vom Himmel hoch”
J.S. Bach: Pedal-Exercitium
J.K.F. Fischer: Fuga g-Moll
J. Pachelbel: “Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist”
J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium und Fuga cis-Moll
W. Dietrich: Pedalsolo
Übungen für mehrstimmiges Spiel in einer Hand: J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium und Fuga e-Moll
H.L. Haßler: “Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund”
M. Praetorius: “Es ist ein Ros entsprungen”
S. Scheidt: “Vom Himmel hoch”
M. Praetorius: “Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist”
B. Resinarius: “Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist”
S. Scheidt: Psalmus: “Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund”
J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium und Fuga h-Moll
J.S. Bach: “Vom Himmel hoch”
“O Welt ich muß dich lassen”
“Herzlich tut mich verlangen”
D. Buxtehude: “Ach Herr, ich armen Sünder”
J.S. Bach: Trio c-Moll
W. Dietrich: Pedalsolo/Trillerübung
J.S. Bach: “Allein Gott in der Höh’ sei Ehr'”
J.K.F. Fischer: Praeludium und Fuga e-Moll
J.L. Krebs: Trio für 2 Manuale und Pedal

Gewicht 3,0000 kg