The purpose of this course is to introduce a wide variety of organ repertoire through various
historical periods. The focus will be on organ repertoire from the 17th century through today.
Aspects of performance such as style, ornamentation, and registration will be focused on as
well, with special attention given to registration on smaller instruments. It is a goal of this course
to introduce both the pillars of the repertoire, as well as lesser known examples. Accessible, yet
high quality repertoire will be introduced, to hopefully aid students in the selection of voluntaries
for church services.
Taught by Brendan Conner.
This course is designed for experienced musicians; prior training is required. To register for this course, please contact the Institute.