by Wilhelm Volckmar, reprint of 1876 Oliver Ditson edition
This is a new printing of the original edition on sturdy acid-free paper. This organ duet
(four hands) is
Volckmar’s Opus 76, originally published about 1863 by G W Körner in Germany. Thayer included it as No 13 in Ditson’s
Album for Organists
. The title means “festival entrada” or “overture.” 24 pages.
Highest quality guaranteed. Size of music is 10.5" x 13.5"
This Is Newly Printed Music
Wilhelm Adam Valentin Volckmar
(1812-1887) was the son of a German high school teacher and attended music school
in violin. His father held an impressive place in organ history because he studied with Johann Gottfried Vierling, a student of
C P E Bach who of course studied with J S Bach.
(1838-1889), a contemporary of Dudley Buck and John Knowles Paine, added pedaling and registration and
provided for the American publication of this composition. Moderate.