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Dohnányi Ernő: Fantasie for organ

First edition

Edité par Kiszely-Papp Deborah Marie
Instrumentation: Orgue
Période: 20th Century
Pages: 12 pp
Format: Bach quer (30,2 x 23 cm)
Poids: 0.076 kg
Date du parution: Mars 2012
Editeur: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14775
ISMN: 9790080147757
Ernő Dohnányi (1877 - 1960) composed his C minor fantasia in 1892, at the age of fifteen.This work, which is appearing in print now for the first time, is a real curiosity: apart from a few polyphonic stylistic exercises written while he was at the music academy, this is Dohnányi's only piece for organ. The composer later recalled his first acquaintance with that instrument thus: 'My experience with the organ actually dates back to when I was a third-year grammar school student, for beginning with that year I served as organist for the Sunday worship services in the grammar school's church. ”These were the first wages I ever earned through music.' The Fantasie was prepared for publication on the basis of the composer's manuscript by the well-known Dohmányi researcher Deborah Kiszely.