Andante in E-flat major (Merkel, Gustav Adolf)

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Publisher Info. Michel Rondeau
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Sheet Music

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Editor Alfons Moortgat (1881-1962), compiler of collection
Publisher. Info. Orgelmuziek, 60 Stukken voor groot Orgel
Brussels: Schott Frères, 1922. Plate S.F. 5734
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Arranger Michel Rondeau
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General Information

Work Title Andante in A flat major
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Composer Merkel, Gustav Adolf
Key E-flat major
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Organ

Misc. Comments

Given how many trios, individual collections of organ works, etc. Merkel wrote, not all of which we have here, is it possible this is a slightly edited reprint of an earlier work, as very often happened (especially if this was a posthumous publication) rather than a newly discovered (in 1922) work published from ms.? Peachnote and RISM online turn up no matches, but... - well, will look through the collections we have, anyway... - Schissel

Since the 1922 edition contains many compositions that exist in older editions (for instance, several Moritz Brosig pieces, taken from some of his numerous collections), I don't think it's a new discovered piece either. But I checked the collections we have already, and it isn't part of one those. It isn't a middle movement from a sonata either. Same goes for the two short pieces I uploaded earlier (Prelude and Postlude). - R.P.

Will check some sources that have works we don't yet and see if I can find one or more of those works - the Andante doesn't seem to turn up yet, but maybe one of the others will... Thanks. - E Schissel (maybe if a book like "Gustav Adolph Merkel (1827-1885): Leben und Orgelwerk" has a thematic worklist? One could hope... do you have a copy? :) ) (Generally directed question, that.)