for organ These service preludes are well-written, accessible, melodious, and very practical, and provide excellent additional literature for church organists.
Don Michael Dicie (b.1941)
"With the possible exception of 'Middlebury', all are well known this side of the pond, are eminently playable and should please listeners and players alike. The last tune is from The Southern Harmony of 1835, and is a jolly folksy affair, perhaps a Shaker melody, catchy and fun to play. Beware the section near the end when the lively tune ends up in the pedals: nimble feet are needed. This is definitely another piece to be acquired for the music cupboard." - Trevor Webb, Church Music Quarterly, June 2010