Chocolate Chip Cookies

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A few days ago, I was feeling weary and fuzzy headed. Then I remembered that cold weather was a trigger for my hypoglycemia problem. So I staggered to the kitchen, popped some chocolate chip cookies in the oven, and while they were still warm, ate a fistful. Being totally cured and alert, I sat down and whipped out about two thirds of this piece. There are many rests where all parts are silent, but any hall with an organ will have sufficient reverb for good sound. Or so I am hoping. This is emphatically not the piece if you are looking for a quiet, meditative piece for an offertory. But if you want some fun, and something different, here it is.

New score submittd 15 Sep 2006, corrects appearance only.

Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
3 minutes
Solo instrument (Organ [manuals with pedals])
Modern classical music

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