10 Charakteristische Tonstücke, Op.86 (Karg-Elert, Sigfrid)

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Engraver Leipzig: C.G. Röder.
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: F.E.C. Leuckart, 1911. Plate F.E.C.L. 6807, 6808.
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Work Title 10 Charakteristische Tonstücke
Alternative. Title
Composer Karg-Elert, Sigfrid
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.86
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ISK 11
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 10 pieces in 2 volumes:
  • Heft I
1. Prologus Tragicus. Patetico, non troppo lento (Half note.png = ungefähr 52) in A minor.
2. Canzona (A minor). Lento con molto espressione (Eighth-note.png = 44)
3. Cantilena. Andantino, quasi allegretto (A major. = 60–64)
4. Quasi Marcia. (in E major, ending in C minor. Maestoso, = 80.)
5. Pax Vobiscum (in D major. Tranquillamente, = 52.)
  • Heft II
6. Aria seriosa. (Adagio spianato, Eighth-note.png = 52. C minor.)
7. Sempre semplice (C major, Tranquillo ma non troppo lento. = 76 bis 84.)
8. Studio (Vivacissimo e leggiero assai. Eighth-note.png = 192-208, then = 96 bis 104. C major.)
9. Impression. (Lento e teneramente. Eighth-note.png = 52 bis 48. D major.)
10. Aphorismus. (Con moto e brillante. = 84. E major.)
First Publication. 1911
Dedication see below
  1. C[arl] Holtschneider (1872-1951) (Dortmund)
  2. Albert Holze (Odessa)
  3. Max Fest (Leipzig) (1872-1949, organist)
  4. Carl Sattler (Köln a/Rhein.)
  5. Kurt Gorn (organist)
  6. Hermann Gruner of Falkenstein i/V.
  7. Musikdirektor Graf of Ulm (possibly Johannes Graf, 1853-1923)
  8. Herr Flockenhaus of Elberfeld
  9. Arno Landmann of Mannheim (1887-1966)
  10. Otto Gauss (Tübingen) (1877-1970)
Average DurationAvg. Duration 50 minutes ca. when played as a set of 10
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation organ

Misc. Comments

Hermann Gruner was the dedicatee of works by Paul Otto Krause, Max Reger, and others also.