Paraphrase on J.P.E. Hartmann's Melody 'Til Himlene rækker' (Würtz, Johannes Henrik)

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Editor First edition ?
Publisher. Info. Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, 1940. Plate 25326.
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Work Title Paraphrase on J.P.E. Hartmann's Melody 'Til Himlene rækker'
Alternative. Title Parafase for Orgel over J.P.E. Hartmann's Melodi 'Til Himlene rækker'
Composer Würtz, Johannes Henrik
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
First Publication. 1940? – Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen
Copyright Information Most likely public domain in USA.

In the USA this work is most likely in the public domain because it was published without a compliant copyright notice, no renewal was found after a thorough search of the Catalog of Copyright Entries, or it was either ineligible for "restoration" under GATT/TRIPs and/or no record of an NIE filing was found in the online records of the US Copyright Office.

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Dedication Composed for the jubilee of N. Zahle's school in 1927
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Organ