Organ Sonata in C minor (Reubke, Julius)

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Editor Otto Reubke (1842-1913)
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: J. Schuberth & Co., n.d.[1871].
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Reubke 94th.pdf

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Editor Wilbert Berendsen
Publisher. Info. Wilbert Berendsen
Misc. Notes These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
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Editor Herbert Frederick Ellingford (1876-1966)
Publisher. Info. London: Oxford University Press, 1932.
Misc. Notes From the uploader's library. An excellent first English edition published in the "famous" Oxford Organ Music "series in the black and white covers" with a short but pertinent introduction by Herbert F. Ellingford who repeats the advice given in the first edition but adding sensible interpretive hints on matters of registration, sequential fingerings, alternative settings, breathing spaces, proposed respectful cuts, more in accord with a "proper" organ style. [Note: The editor's dates may be meaningful in not adding the whole score, not to mention his liminal notes].
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General Information

Work Title Organ Sonata
Alternative. Title Der 94. Psalm
Composer Reubke, Julius
Key C minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 large movement in 4 subsections
  1. Grave-Larghetto
  2. Allegro con fuoco
  3. Adagio-Lento
  4. Allegro (Fugue)-Allegro Assai
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1857
First Publication. 1858
Dedication Herrn Professor Carl Riedel
Average DurationAvg. Duration 26 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Organ

Misc. Comments

Influenced heavily by the b minor sonata of his composition teacher, Liszt, Reubke wrote this piece as a sort of tone-poem for organ. The pertinent verses of the 94th psalm are on the discussion page.