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Mendelssohn and the organ /

Wm. A. Little.

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Main Author: Little, William A.
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Topics: Organ music - History and criticism. | Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847. Organ music.
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History and biography -- 1. The organ scene in Berlin -- ca. 1770-ca. 1820 -- 2. Mendelssohn -- The formative years -- 1820-1838 -- 3. Mendelssohn -- The mature years -- 1839-1847 -- 4. Mendelssohn as organist -- Performance characteristics -- 5. Mendelssohn as organ improviser -- 6. Mendelssohn's organ repertoire -- 7. Mendelssohn as editor of Bach's organ music -- 8. Mendelssohn's organ parts to his oratorios and choral works -- 9. Mendelssohn's organ parts to Handel's Oratorios -- 10. Mendelssohn and the German organ community -- 1820-1847 -- Mendelssohn's organ works in chronological order -- 11. Organ works : 1820-1835 -- 12. Organ works : 1836-1837 -- Three preludes and fugues for Organ (Op. 37) -- Opus 37 -- Genesis Opus 37 -- Commentary Opus 37 -- Reception -- 13. Organ works : 1838-1843 -- Miscellaneous, lost works, misattributions, and uncertainties six sonatas for the organ (Opus 65): 1844-1845 -- 14. Genesis and chronology -- 15. Manuscript sources, printed editions, registration, slurs, tempo -- 16. Commentary -- 17. Reception.
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