Toccata : organ solo
by Brett McKern (2003)
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Toccata literally means 'touched' and is generally a keyboard work where the player's fingers are required to move quickly. This toccata is no exception. It has regular repeating accompanimental patterns and is basically just two themes which are developed. It is, in some ways, like a transcribed improvisation. It uses extensively the tonal resources of the organ, and includes a large crescendo and diminuendo as the overall shape of the work. It thus may prove to be a good concert work.
Duration: 4 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Sarah Kim, Christmas 2003
First performance: by Sarah Kim — 2004. Unknown.
Performances of this work
22 Aug 10: St John's Anglican Church, Beecroft, NSW.. Featuring Heather Moen-Boyd.
18 Jul 10: Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney, NSW.. Featuring Heather Moen-Boyd.
2004: Unknown.. Featuring Sarah Kim.
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