Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767) was a German musician active in the 18th century who composed chorale preludes that were typically set twice—the first in three voices and the second alio modo or aliter, consisting of two voices. This collection of nineteen of his preludes was carefully selected and edited by Sam Eatherton to be compatible with Lutheran Service Book. They span across the Church Year, making them useful week in and out for the church organist. Valuable for both student and seasoned organists alike, these settings provide a fresh alternative for your congregation to listen to.
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