Organ Partita No.4 (Zintl, Frank)

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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

4 more: 2. Pastorale 1 • 3. Pastorale 2 • 4. Landler • 5. Fuga

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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

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Publisher Info. Frank Zintl, 2018.
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Misc. Notes The recording is of low quality. A recording from a real performance is unfortunately not yet available.
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Frank Zintl (2018/11/8)

Publisher. Info. Frank Zintl, 2018.
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Misc. Notes For free use. The movements may be used as single pieces or in free combination.
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General Information

Work Title Organ Partita Nr. 4 'Silent Night'
Alternative. Title Orgelpartita über 'Stille Nacht'
Composer Zintl, Frank
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFZ 52
Key B-flat major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 movements:
1. Toccata
2. Pastorale 1
3. Pastorale 2
4. Landler
5. Fuga
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2018
First Publication. 2018
Dedication To the Holy Family of Betlehem: Mary, Joseph and the Holy Child Jesus Christ
Average DurationAvg. Duration 16-1 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation organ
Extra Information This piece was written to the 200th anniversary of the famous Austrian Christmas Carol 'Silent Night, Holy Night' and is based on this carol.

Misc. Comments

This piece wants to contribute to the celebration of 200 years of the famous Austrian Christmas Carol Silent Night, which was written on Christmas Eve in 1818 in the little village Oberndorf near by Salzburg in Austria. The Partita consists of 5 movements. Performers are free to choose and to perform this Partita as a whole, or single movements as single pieces, as they wish.