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Edward Shippen Barnes (1887–1958)
from Barnes' School of Organ Playing, Op.31.
Boston: The Boston Music Company, 1921. Plate B.M. Co. 6494.
Public Domain [tag/del]
Identification of this Example in Barnes' book as Op.189 No.8 not definite. It's a Rheinberger Organ Trio (that much information Barnes gives, though sparing as to the source), sounds like the sound sample of the Alla breve from the MDG recording of Op.189, and matches the description of Op.189 No.8 (A major, canonic opening, etc. etc.)- if it's in one of the two published sets of organ trios and the key has not been changed by Barnes, then it's this one.
Martin Weyer (b.1938)
Joseph Rheinberger: Orgelwerke I (pp.21-23)
Bad Godesberg: Rob. Forberg, 1965.
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Public Domain - Non-PD US [tag/del]
||12 Organ Trios
||Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel
|Year/Date of Composition
||1898 – Leipzig: Forberg