The “small orchestra” consists of strings, two oboes, two bassoons, two horns and timpani. The piece is about 12 minutes long, written in one episodic movement, with contrasting tempi and textures. There are significant solos for the organ, and shorter solos for the other instruments. In the words of the composer, “The organ, when played solo, expresses three temperaments; light-heartedness, mysticism and religiosity.” There are many dynamic markings, but only two specific registration indications - 4 bars for “Celestes” and a solo for 4’ flute. There are no crescendos or diminuendos in the organ part.
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