Dancing Down The Aisle

Dancing Down The Aisle
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Well, not exactly, maybe, but we asked our composers to write 'feel good' pieces for this collection, giving organists plenty of jolly tunes with which to play their congregation out. We're sure you'll love the result! As always the music falls easily under the hands and there are two versions: one for organ, the other for manuals only.


  • Alla Breve [David Terry]
  • Alla Marcia [Adrian Vernon Fish]
  • Alla Marcia [Rosalie Bonighton]
  • Blow Up The Trumpet [June Nixon]
  • Boyle’s Procession [Adrian Vernon Fish]
  • Celtic Scherzo [Andrew Wright]
  • Ceremonial March [Andrew Fletcher]
  • Cosmic Dance, The [Colin Mawby]
  • Fanfare Antica [Andrew Moore]
  • Fanfare For A Festival [June Nixon]
  • Festive Overture [Norman Warren]
  • Festive Scherzo [Rosalie Bonighton]
  • Flourish [David Terry]
  • Folk March [Elizabeth Hill]
  • Gaio [Stanley Vann]
  • Gavotte [Robert Jone
  • Hill-Climber’s March, The [Richard Lloyd]
  • Intrada For A Pageant [June Nixon]
  • Jack’s Tune [Norman Warren]
  • Jubilatio [Stanley Vann]
  • Let The Organ Thunder! [Colin Mawby]
  • Millie’s March [Norman Warren]
  • Minuet-Allegro [Andrew Fletcher]
  • Notes Of Joy [Colin Mawby]
  • O Be Joyful [Elizabeth Hill]
  • One-Minute Jig [Rosalie Bonighton]
  • Postlude [Michael Higgins]
  • Risoluto [John Marsh]
  • Rondo [David Terry]
  • Rousing March [Andrew Wright]
  • Scherzetto [John Marsh]
  • Scherzo Alla Giga [Robert Jones]
  • Scherzo In Five [Andrew Fletcher]
  • Shelley’s Wood [Christopher Tambling]
  • Simple March, A [Andrew Moore]
  • Sortie [Andrew Moore]
  • Tadpoles [Richard Lloyd]
  • Teapot Tune [Christopher Tambling]
  • Whistling Woodcutter, The [Richard Lloyd]


Product IDCOBS012601559
Instrumentation Organ Solo
Publisher Mayhew (Kevin)
Publisher Ref No 1400278
Language Eng
Media Book

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