19th Century German organ works

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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by Jim Faston » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:08 am

Requested for a collegue: the violin and women's voices parts for Karg-Elert's Sinfonische Kanzone Op85 No3. Thanks.

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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by FW190 » Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:49 am

When you don't find the parts you could extract them from the score, s. attachment (nms)
Karg-Elert.-.op.085-3.-.Drei-sinfonische-Kanzonen-No.3-(score-Leuckart-Edition-1911).pdf
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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by Jim Faston » Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:03 pm

FW190 wrote:When you don't find the parts you could extract them from the score, s. attachment (nms)
Karg-Elert.-.op.085-3.-.Drei-sinfonische-Kanzonen-No.3-(score-Leuckart-Edition-1911).pdf
Thanks. I see no reason they can't play and sing directly from this score--no extraction needed.

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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by HullandHellandHalifax » Thu Mar 23, 2017 2:08 pm

Dear organist friends,
Is there anyone out there that can identify the composer(s) of the attached file.
I recently bought a 19C bound volume dating from around 1860 of organ music and this manuscript item was bound in at the rear of the album which featured such composers as Adolph Hesse,(5 Opuses) Niels Gade, Mendelssohn, Aug. Freyer, Carl Geissler, and C.H. Rinck,(2 Opuses) and of course N.N.
The last of the two fugues which are on the same subject has written above it "fuga van A G Ritter" (see last page of scan) which tells me that whoever wrote it out was Dutch and not German because he correctly gives the title of the work as "Praeludium und fuge", "van" (Dutch) instead of "von" (German). I am assuming the Praeludium und fuge are by a German composer, as the style is very Germanic, but who?
In any case enjoy the music even if we can't find out who the composer is.
NN. - Preludium und 2 Fugen.pdf
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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by fredbucket » Fri Mar 24, 2017 2:27 am

Are you sure NN isn't Dutch for HHH? :-)

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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by HullandHellandHalifax » Fri Mar 24, 2017 1:13 pm

fredbucket wrote:Are you sure NN isn't Dutch for HHH? :-)

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Fred you are far too kind, I couldn't write something so short and concise, though come to think of it I did write a Scherzo-Fugue on the tune Picardy for organ once and that was only a few pages long, but even then I cannot and will not take responsibility for this P & F + F, but thanks all the same.
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Re: 19th Century German organ works

Post by WalterNiemann » Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:41 pm

On IMSLP I discovered a composer called Hans Fährmann (http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:F%C3%A4hrmann,_Hans) who composed (after wikipedia) 14 Organ Sonatas! Unfortunately on IMSLP are only 10 Sonatas... Does someone know something about The Sonatas 6, 11, 13 and 14?
Thank you for your answers!
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