Organ Symphony Assistant Samples

Short audio samples of selected OSA files


Organ Symphony Assistant in Action

The following recordings of Symphonie no. 1 of Alexandre Guilmant and the Cortege et Litanie of Marcel Dupre were created by Aarnoud de Groen, organist from the Netherlands.  These are examples of what can be done with Organ Symphony Assistant .

The instrument he has chosen is his Hauptwerk virtual organ with the St. Stephen's Church, Dudelange, Luxembourg sample set.   He has done a  marvelous job of creating a seamless connection between the Organ Symphony Assistant orchestra and his Hauptwerk instrument.

Video Example of Organ Symphony Assistant

This is a segment of the Rheinberger 1st Organ Concerto performed on a small two-manual organ along with the Organ Symphony Assistant project file. A click track is only heard by the player via an earpiece.  The computer atop the console is used to run the OSA program file and is connected to speakers via an audio interface.

Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring

The following slideshow of classic artwork was created as background for an OSA audio file of "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" arranged for strings. The organ part is included on this recording so you can hear what is possible with OSA audio files.

You can order the OSA file of "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" along with other simple arrangements available as part of the OSA Liturgical Collection found on the purchase page

Poulenc Organ Concerto

In this video, you'll hear a recording created by organist, Peter Lawrence, using Organ Symphony Assistant