Volume Eleven of Hymn Prelude Library features hymn tunes with names that begin with the letters T, U, and V.
This volume contains 30 new organ settings that can be played throughout the Church Year. Organists of all skill levels will find these settings interesting and accessible!
Editor, Hymn Prelude Library
As the Kantor for Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Kevin teaches classes such as music fundamentals, vocal development, and music for worship.
In addition to his accomplishments as an organist, Kevin is founder and director of the Seminary Children’s Choir, a group made up of children from the community. He also directs the youth choir at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School in Fort Wayne.
“Every organist looks for pieces that portray hymn tunes in ways that are musically interesting, sensitive to the character of the hymn text, and able to be learned in a relatively short period of time. Hymn Prelude Library provides organists with just that. It is a very useful and indispensable tool in leading the worshiping assembly in song.”
Dr. Jeffrey Blersch
Professor of Music and Organist
Concordia University Nebraska
“Hymn Prelude Library promises to be an invaluable resource for providing new, relevant attendant organ music for the service. Drawing upon a variety of composers and styles and levels of difficulty, it is a must-have collection for every organist or their congregation.”
Dr. Steven Wente
Music Department Chair and Organist to the Chapel
Concordia University Chicago