The successful organist uses many different stops to draw attention to the organ, including chimes and bells. Organ music should never be boring or it becomes just part of the background and does not lead people in worship.
Composer Noel Jones is an Associate of the American Guild of Organists and has worked as church musician in the United States and Europe. He was organist for the Church Center for the United Nations and accompanied the United Nations Singers in concert.
Gregorian Chant for Beginners Resources
Catholic Choirbook Anthology A collection of anthems and hymns
Turns reading music into thinking music™.
The Temperamental Bach & Mr. Purcell CD’s
Landmark recordings for comparing tuning temperaments