Confitébor, Op.7 (Breitenbach, Clemens)

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Publisher. Info. Regensburg: Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (H. Pawelek), n.d.[1899]. Plate H.P. 883.
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Work Title Confitébor
Alternative. Title 51 neue Orgel-Kompositionen ruhigen Charakters für den kirchlichen Gebrauch. (Auch f. Harm. spielbar.) ; Confitebor
Composer Breitenbach, Clemens
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.7
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 51 pieces
First Publication. 1899 – Regensburg: Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (H. Pawelek)
Dedication K. Wisiewski
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation organ (or harmonium)
Extra Information Title taken from the work's motto: Confitébor tibi, Domine, in toto corde meo.

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(While the title/subtitle is a Psalm title (Psalm 137/138), "psalms"-tagging is restricted to settings of psalms (in some extended sense- even instrumental works that are tonepoems inspired by them and in some sense "settings" of them (e.g. Reubke's organ sonata)- but not collections just headed by the first few words on the title-page. - Schissel)
Cäcilien-Vereins-Katalog (CVK No.2423)