Festmusik: Vol 03


Bach, Johann Sebastian
Gavotte (No. 4 from “French Suite No. 5 in G major”, BWV 816)

Beethoven, Ludwig van
Allegro con brio (first movement from “Symphony No. 5 in C minor”, Op. 67)
Turkish March (from “Incidental Music to ‘The Ruins of Athens’”, Op. 113)

Boccherini, Luigi
Minuet (Op. 11/5, G 275, from “String Quintet”)

Bohm, Carl
Still as the Night (No. 27 from “Lieder”, Op. 326)

Boyce, William
Vivace (from No. 1 of “Ten Voluntaries for Organ”)

Brahms, Johannes
Hungarian Dance (No. 5 from “21 Hungarian Dances”, WoO 1)

Clark, Frederick Scotson
Marche aux Flambeaux (No. 2 from “15 Marches”)

de Lisle, Claude Joseph Rouget
La Marseillaise (“Chant de guerre pour l’armée du Rhin”)

Dussek, Jan Ladislav
Un Poco Andante (second movement from “Piano Sonata in C major”, Op. 51/3)

Dvořák, Antonín
Humoresque (No. 7 from “Humoresques”, Op. 101, B 187)

Elgar, Edward
Chanson de Matin (No. 2 from “Two Pieces for Violin and Piano”, Op. 15)
Salut d’Amour (Op. 12)

Grieg, Edvard
Air (No. 4 from “From Holberg’s Time. Suite in olden style”, Op. 40)
Gavotte (No. 3 from “From Holberg’s Time. Suite in olden style”, Op. 40)
Prelude (No. 1 from “From Holberg’s Time. Suite in olden style”, Op. 40)
Rigaudon (No. 5 from “From Holberg’s Time. Suite in olden style”, Op. 40)
Sarabande (No. 2 from “From Holberg’s Time. Suite in olden style”, Op. 40)
Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (No. 6 from “Lyric Pieces”, Book 8, Op. 65)

Guilmant, Alexandre
Grand Chœur Triomphal (Op. 47/2, No. 1 from “l’Organiste Pratique”, Book 5, abridged version)
March (No. 2 from “Pièces dans Différent Styles”, Op. 15, abridged version)
Paraphrase (No. 16 from “18 Pièces Nouvelles”, Op. 90)

Händel, Georg Friedrich
Allegro (first movement from “Organ Concerto No. 5 in F major”, Op. 4/5, HWV 293)
March (from the opera “Scipio”, HWV 20)

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix
Spring Song (No. 6 from “Songs without Words”, Book 5, Op. 62)
War March of the Priests (from “Incidental Music to ‘Athalie’”, Op. 74)

Mouret, Jean-Joseph
Fanfare Rondeau (first movement from “First Suite in D”)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Adagio (second movement from “Clarinet Concerto in A major”, KV 622
Adagio (second movement from “Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major”, KV 488, abridged version)
Alleluia (third movement from “Exsultate, jubilate”, KV 165 (158a))
Figaro’s Aria (“Non più andrai farfallone amoroso”, from the opera “The Marriage of Figaro”, KV 492, abridged version)
Molto Allegro (first movement from “Symphony No. 40 in G minor”, KV 550, abridged version)
Rondo (third movement from “Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat major”, KV 495, abridged version)
The Bird Catcher’s Aria (from the opera “The Magic Flute”, KV 620, abridged version)

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich
Promenade (from “Pictures at an Exhibition”)

Purcell, Henry
Rondo (No. 2 from “Incidental Music to ‘Abdelazar, or the Moor’s Revenge’”, Z 570)

Rameau, Jean-Philippe
Tambourin (No. 8 from “Pièces de Clavecin, Suite in E minor”, RCT 2)

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay Andreyevich
The Flight of the Bumble-Bee (from the opera “The Tale of Tsar Saltan”)

Saint-Saëns, Camille
Maestoso and Allegro (from the final movement of “Symphony No. 3 in C minor”, Op. 78, abridged version)
The Swan (No. 13 from “Le Carnaval des Animaux”)

Schubert, Franz
Allegro Moderato (No. 3 from “Six Moments Musicaux”, Op. 94, D 780)
Marche Militaire (No. 1 from “Marches Militaires”, Op. 51, D 733)
The Trout (fourth movement from “Piano Quintet in A major”, Op. post. 114, D 667, abridged version)

Stanford, Charles Villiers
Intermezzo Founded Upon an Irish Air (No. 4 from “Four Intermezzi”, Op. 189)

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich
Russian Dance (No. 12d from the ballet “The Nutcracker”, Op. 71)

Wagner, Richard
Grand March (from the opera “Tannhäuser”, WWV 70)
O Star of Eve (“O du mein holder Abendstern”, from the opera “Tannhäuser”, WWV 70)

Waldteufel, Émile
The Skaters’ Waltz (“Les Patineurs”, Op. 183)

Wesley, Samuel
Air (No. 8 from “Twelve Short Pieces with a Full Voluntary Added”, KO 617)
Gavotte (No. 9 from “Twelve Short Pieces with a Full Voluntary Added”, KO 617)

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A comprehensive collection of organ pieces for festive occasions, weddings, concerts and recitals!

FESTMUSIK has received enthusiastic approbation from church musicians for its contents, which feature both standard repertoire and newly composed works, and for the quality of the arrangements.

The standard repertoire includes works such as Purcell’s Trumpet Tune, Clarke’s Prince of Denmark’s March and Widor’s Toccata, but also works such as Handel’s Sinfonia (The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba) from the film Four Weddings and a Funeral together with many other hugely popular pieces.

This inspirational collection of organ music is an outstanding source of the church musician’s daily work but is also a real “treasure chest” for special music at both services and recitals. All the titles are adapted for small to medium instruments and have suggested registration listed for each title. The works are of average difficulty, with some edited for better practical use. For example, some long works have been slightly abridged.

FESTMUSIK is a bonanza of the very best organ pieces! Are you tired of dragging around heavy music books? Then this collection is for you! In the anthology FESTMUSIK you will find everything you need!

The books are printed on thick paper, are fully indexed and are ring-bound with sturdy covers. We guarantee that the books do not fold at an important moment!

When compiling FESTMUSIK, many pieces used at weddings, services and concerts were considered, with the most popular and well-received titles selected for this anthology.


  • is one of the largest collections of organ music ever published
  • contains easy-to-play adaptations and new pieces
  • is suitable for small and medium-sized instruments
  • contains registration suggestions for easy performance of the works
  • contains works of average difficulty
  • is printed on heavyweight paper and ring-bound with sturdy covers

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Bach J.S., Beethoven L. van, Boccherini L., Bohm C., Boyce W., Brahms J., Clark F.S., de Lisle C.J.R., Dussek J.L., Dvorak A., Elgar E., Grieg E.H., Guilmant F.A., Handel G.F., Mendelssohn-Bartholody F., Mouret J-J., Mozart W.A., Mussorgsky M.P., Purcell H., Rameau. J-P., Rimsky-Korsakov N., Saint-Saens C., Schubert F.P., Stanford C.V., Tchaikovsky P.I., Wagner R., Waldteufel E., Wesley S.