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List of fugues and fugal compositions by composers lived in the XIX century

 

[A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I, J] [K] [L] [M] [N, O] [P, Q] [R] [S] [T] [U, V] [W, X, Y] [Z]

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Note each composer is listed under the century in which lived the most.

 

[A]

Adams, Thomas (London 1785 - London 1858); En.

Fugue [6] for organ (1820)

Voluntaries [18?] for organ (ca. 1820, 1825)

 

Albeniz, Isaac Manuel Francisco (Camprodón, Lérida 1860 - Campô-les-Bains 1909); Sp.

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Anonymous: from Missale Fratrum Minorum S. Francisci, S. Mariae Hungariae (XVIII); Hun.

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Avens, Ludolph (?); ?

Fugue humoresque

 

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[B]

Bach, Wilhelm Erst (Bückebourg 1759 – Berlin 1845); Ger. [J. Sebastian Bach's nephew]

 

Barbieri, Girolamo (Piacenza 1808 - Piacenza 1871); It.

Versetti for organ [more than 150]

 

Bassani, Ugo (Padova/Verona? 1851 – Venezia 1914); It.

Fugues [2] for string quartet

Preludes and Fugues [2] for piano

 

Bauck, Matthias Andreas (Amburg 1765 – Lubecca 1835); Ger.

See on the 18th c. page, here.

 

Beer-Walbrunn, Anton (Kohlberg, Bavarian Palatino 1864 – Munch 1929); Ger.

Fugues [3] for organ, Op. 28

Little Fugues [2] for organ, Op. 29

 

Bellini, Vincenzo (Catania 1801 - Puteaux 1835); It.

Two voices Canon (1883)

Canone libero for four soloist voices (1835)

 

Bergamo, Padre Davide da or Moretti, Felice (Zanica, Bergamo 1791 - Bergamo 1842); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Versetti [...] per Organo; Raccolta di Versetti [...] per Organo; Fuguettes (or Versetti) [72]

 

Berlioz, Hector (La-Côte-Saint-André 1803 - Paris 1869); Fr.

Fugue from La damnation de Faust [parody of German learnedness]

 

Bizet, Georges (Paris 1838 - Bougival 1875); Fr.

Fugues and Exercises [with corrections by F. Halévy] (1850-54, not pub.)

Four parts Fugues [5, A major (1854), a minor on a theme by Auber (1855), f minor on a theme by Auber (1855), G major (1856), e minor on a theme by Thomas (1867)]

Two part Fugue (1866)

 

Boëllman [Boellman], Léon (Einsishein, Alsazia 1862 - Paris 1897); Fr.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Les Heures mystiques (1896) [ca. 100 pieces]; 12 Pièces, Op. 16 [... Fugue in e minor] (1890)

 

Boëly, Alexandre-Pierre-François (Versailles 1785 - Paris 1858); Fr.

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Bonet, Joseph (Bordeaux 1884 - Ste.-Luce-sur-Mer 1944); Fr.

 

Bossi, Marco Enrico (Salò 1861 - Atlantic Ocean 1925); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Suite Res severa magnum gaudium [Preludio, Allegro, Corale, Fuga] Op. 54; Fugue on F.E.D.E. A. B.A.C.H., Op. 62; 4 Pieces [Preghiera, Siciliana, Giga, Offertorio], Op. 74; Thème et Variations, Op. 115; Fugue from Dieci pezzi, Op. 118

 

Bottazzo, Luigi (Presina, Padova 1845 - Padova 1924); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Preludi, Interludi, Postludi, Versetti, Sonate; Very little Pieces [60]

Trios for organ [6]

 

Brahms, Johannes (Amburg 1833 - Vienna 1897); Ger.

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Brosig, Moritz (Fuchswinkel, Slesia 1815 - Breslavia 1887); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Choralbuch; Orgelbuch, Op. 32

 

Bruckner, Anton (Ansfelden 1824 - Vienna 1896); Ger.

Vorspiel und Fuge in do for organ (1847)

Fugue in d minor for organ (1861)

Fugue from Psalm 114 (116), ending: “Ich will gefallen dem Herrn im lande der Lebendingen” (1852)
Fugue from Psalm 112, “Alleluia” (1863)
Fugue from Mass in d minor, Gloria, “Amen” (1864)
Fugue from Mass in f minor, Gloria, “In gloria Dei Patris, Amen” (1867/68)
Fugue from Mass in f minor, Credo, “Et vitam venturi saeculi” (1867/68)
Fugue from Symphony No. 5, Finale, bars 31-66 (part marked A in the score) (1875/76)
Double fugue from Symphony No. 5, Finale, bars 211-396 (parts I-Q) (1875/76)
Double fugue from “Te Deum”, final part: “In Te, Domine, speravi / non confundar in aeternum” (1881/84)
Fugue from Psalm 150, ending: “Alleluia” (1892)

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Busoni, Ferruccio (Empoli 1866 - Berlin 1924); It.

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[C]

Calegari, Carlo S. (?); It.

Fugue for organ in a minor (?)

 

Capocci, Filippo (Roma 1840 - Roma 1911); It.

Fugues from 10 Composizioni per organo (pub. 1900)

 

Chadwick, George Whitefield (Lowell, Massachusetts 1854 - Boston, Massachusetts 1931); Usa.

Preludes and Fugues for piano [3] (1928)

 

Chauvet, Alexis (Marnies, Seine-et-Ois 1837 - Argenton, Orne 1871); Fr.

 

Cherubini, Luigi (Firenze 1760 - Parigi 1842); It.

Fugue from the Sonata per 2 organi for organ four hands

 

Chopin, Fryderyk Francisek [or Frédéric François] (Zelazowa Wola 1810 - Paris 1849); Pol.

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Choron, Alexandre-Etienne (1771 - 1834); Fr.

 

Coccon, Nicolò (Venezia 1826 - Venezia 1903); It.

Fugues [6] for organ Op. 269

 

Czerny, Carl (Vienna 1791 - Vienna 1857); Au.

School of Fugue Playing, Op. 400

Sechs Praeludien und Fugen for organ with obliged pedal, Op. 603 (1836)

Praeludien und Fugen in la for organ with obliged pedal, Op. 607 (1838)

Praeludien [12] for organ, armonium or piano, Op. 627

Voluntaries [20 Preludes] for organ with obliged pedal, Op. 698

The Pianist in the Classical Style [Preludes and Fugues], Op. 856

 

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[D]

Da Bergamo, Padre Davide (Zanica, Bergamo 1791 - Bergamo 1842); It.

See Bergamo, Padre Davide da in this page.

 

Damiano, della Rocca di Cassiano, Padre (Rocca di S. Cassiano 1851 - Verna 1891); It.

Ricercare and Fugue from 12 pezzi per organo (pub. 1920)

 

Donizetti, Domenico Gaetano Maria (Bergamo 1797 - Bergamo 1848); It.

Fugues [22] from Studi di contrappunto e fuga [62] (1815-16)

Fughe a 4-6 voci (1817)

Fughe a 4 voci [5]

 

Dubois, François-Clément-Théodore (Rosnay, Marne 1837 - Paris 1924); Fr.

See in the list of the Treatises, here.

Prélude et Fugue in d for organ

 

Dvořák, Antonin (Nelahozeves 1841 - Prague 1904); Cz.

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[E]

Elgar, Edward William (Broadheath 1857 - Worcester 1934); En.

Fugues [g minor, f sharp minor] for organ (1870)

Verper Voluntaries [11] for organ, Op. 14 (1891)

Fugue from the Enigma Variations for orchestra (...)

 

Engel, D. H. (?); Ger

Einleitung und Doppelfuge for organ four hands in a moll, Op. 49 [*]

 

Ett, Gaspar (1788 - 1847); Ger.

 

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[F]

Fahrmann, Ernst Hans (1860 - 1940); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Sonatas [?]

 

Fajgelj, Danilo (Idria 1840 - Gorizia 1908); Sl.

Fugues [4] for organ, Op. 127 (1896)

Fugue for organ, Op. 154

Fugue and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Preludes [180]; Fugiranih Pred-in Poiger, Op. 29 (1887)

 

Fauré, Gabriel (Pamiers 1845 - Passy 1924); Fr.

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Fillitz, Carl August Eduard (? 1822 - ? 88); Ger.

Orgelfantasie mit Fuge in c moll, Op. 8 [*]

 

Fischer, Michael Gotthard (Albach, Erfurt 1773 - Erfurt 1829); Ger.

Fugen [6] for organ or piano, Op. 17 (s.a.)

Kanonische Choräle [8] for organ, Op. 16 (s.a.)

Fugal compositions (Fugues?) from the 12 Orgelstücke for organ, Op. 4 (pub. 1802)

Fugal compositions (Fugues?) from the 12 Orgelstücke for organ, Op. 9 (pub. 1805)

Fugal compositions (Fugues?) from the 12 Orgelstücke for organ, Op. 10 (pub. 1805)

Fugue or Fugal compositions from 48 Orgelstücke für Anfänger for organ, Op. 13 (s.a.)

Fugue or Fugal compositions from 24 Orgelstücke for organ, Op. 15 (s.a.)

 

Forchhammer, Theophil (Schierz 1847 - Magdeburg 1923); Swi.

Fugue and Fugal compositions from Führer durch die Orgelliteratur (pub. with B. Kothe, 1890)

 

Forsyth, Wesley Octavius (Markham Township, Toronto 1859 - ? 1937); Can.

Preludes and Fugues [?] for piano

 

Franck, César-Auguste (Liegi 1822 - Paris 1890); Fr.

Prélude, Fugue et Variation for organ, Op. 18 (1873)

Prélude, Fugue et Variation for harmonium [Op. 18] (1873)

Prélude, Choral and Fugue for piano (1884)

Prélude, Aria and Finale for piano (1886)

 

Freyer, August (Mulda, Dresda 1803 - Warsaw ?); Pol.

[Fugues and] Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Preludes, Op. 17 [12]; Preludes, Op. 11 [8]; Short and easy Preludes, Op. 14 (1865); Preludes [10], Op. 18; Choral Vorspiel (1857-58, not pub); Easy Pieces [10], Op. 4 (pub. 1858)

 

Fumagalli, Polibio (Inzago 1837 - Milano 1908); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Fugato in E flat major for organ, Op. 227; Primo tempo di Sonata e 2 Fugati for organ, Op. 226, 227, 228; Toccata e Fuga in C major, Op. 298

 

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[G]

Gäbler, E. F. (?); Ger.

Introduktion und Fuge for organ four hands in c moll, Op. 10 [*]

 

Geissler, Carl (? 1800-2? 1869); Ger.

 

Gigout, Eugène (Nancy 1844 - Paris 1925); Fr.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: 100 Pièces brèves dans les anciens tons de lÉglise (1889); Introduction et thème fugué from the Six pièces (1881); 100 Pièces brèves (1889); Album Grégorien [ca. 300 pieces] (1895); Prèlude et Fugue for organ

 

Glinka, Mikhael Ivanovic (Novospasskoye 1804 - Berlin 1857); Rus.

Fugen [3] for piano [E flat major, a minor, D major] (1833-34)

Fugen [6] for klavier [C major, a minor, a minor, C major, E major, B flat major] (1833-34?)

Thema für die Fuge des 3.Konzerts Wer soll die Strenge Gottes verkünden

Cum sancto spiritu, Fugue for Choir a cappella [fragment]

Fugue on the Concert Ich soll Gott anflehen for 4 voices a cappella [fragment]

 

Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (Bergen 1843 - Bergen 1907); Nor.

Fugues [7] for piano

 

Guilmant, Félix-Alexandre (Boulogne-sur-Mer 1837 - Mendon, Paris 1911); Fr.

Fugal compositions and Fugues from the [selected] organ works: Sonatas [8: n. 1 in d minor, Op. 42; n. 2 in D major, Op. 50; n. 3 in c minor, Op. 56; n. 4 in d minor, Op. 61 (also for harmonium); n. 5 in c minor, Op. 80; n. 6 in b minor, Op. 86; n. 7 in F major (suite); n. 8 in A major (2nd Symphonie, Op. 91] (1874-1907); Pièces dans différentes style pour G. O. [Grand Organ]; Lorganiste pratique Collection de Pièces pour Orgue [...] ou Harmonium (1870-1881)

 

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[H]

Habert, Johann Evangelist (Oberplan, Bohemia 1833 - Gmunden 1896); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Orgel Kompositionen [Op. 10, 26, 36, 69, 102]; Orgel Buch, Op. 33; ABC-Büchlein für Orgel, Op. 106; Kleine Orgelschule, Op. 101; Praktische Orgelschule, Op. 16

 

Hanisch, Joseph (Ratisbona 1812 - Ratisbona 1892); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Hundert Orgel-Praeludien [...]; 81 Kadenzen und sieben Praeludien, Op. 16 (1876)

 

Harwood, Basil (Woodhouse 1859 - London 1949); En.

 

Haupt, Karl August (Kuhnau, Slesia 1810 - Berlin 1891); Ger.

 

Herzog, Johann Georg (Schmölz 1822 - Munch 1909); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Leichte Orgelstücke [Op. 24, 26, 31, 86, 87]; Orgelstücke, [Op. 1, 4, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 27, 43a, 55, 68, 71, 72, 83] [ca. 100 pieces]; Tonstücke [Op. 44, 45, 47, 53, 54, 60, 61, 65, 67, 78, 79, 80]; Praktisches Handbuch für Orgel, Op. 33 (1857); Der praktische Organist; Sonatas [Op. 62, 69]; Praeludienbuch for organ

Preludes and Fugues [?] for organ, Op. 3, 23, 34, 37, 85

Passacaglia, Fantasia and Fugue in e minor for organ

 

Hesse, Adolf (Breslavia 1809 - Breslavia 1863); Ger.

Fantasia nebst Praeludium und Fuge über den namen <Hesse>, Op. 52

Fugues from 40 Orgelkompositionem

Fugues from Practical Organist [29 pieces]

Fugues from the Fantasias for organ four hands [in c minor (Adagio-andante grazioso-Allegretto (Fuga)) and d minor (Andante-Allegretto-Allegro vivace(Fuga))*

 

Hladnik, Jgnacij (1865 - 1932); Sl.

Fugi [2] for organ, Op. 12 (1889)

Fugue for organ (1890)

Fugue for organ (1901)

Fugierte Festspiele [2 pieces] for organ, Op. 61 (1912)

 

Hook, James (Norwich 1746 - Boulogne 1827); En.

 

Hopner, Ch. G. (?); Ger.

Einleitung und Fuge for organ four hands in c moll, Op. 9 [*]

 

Huber, Hans (Eppenburg 1852 - Locarno 1921); Sw.

Praeludium und Fuge for organ (1915)

 

Hummel, Johann Nepomuk (Bratislava 1778 - Vienna 1837); Au.

Prélude et deux Fugues pour lOrgue, Op. 7 (1839)

 

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[I, J]

Indy, Vincent d (Paris 1851 - Paris 1931); Fr.

Prélude en petit Canon for organ, Op. 38 (1893)

 

Jadassohn, Salomon (Breslau 1831 - Leipzig 1901); Can.

Preludes and Fugues [18] for piano, Op. 56

 

Janáček [Janacek], Leoš [Leos] (Hukvaldy, Moravia 1854 - Ostrava 1928); Au./Cz.

Fugal compositions [?] from the [selected] organ works: Prelude (1875); Choralni fantasie (1873); 2 Stücke (1884)

 

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[K]

Klička, Josef (Klatovy 1855 - Klatovy 1937); Cz.

Fugues for organ [?]

 

Kolender, Vetroslav (Varaédin 1848 - Zagabrie 1912); Cr.

Pastoralni Preludij i Fuga for organ in g major [?]

Preludij i Fuga na ime B.A.C.H. for organ in G major [?]

Preludij i Fuga for organ in D major [?]

Fughette [2] for organ [?]

 

Kothe, Bernhard (Gröbnig 1821 - Breslavia 1897); Ger.

Fugue and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Handbuch für Organister; Die Orgel und ihr Bau (pub. 1843, 1887); Führer durch die Orgelliteratur (pub. with [T. Forchhammer, 1890)

 

Kümstedt, Friedrich Karl (Oldisleben, Weimar 1809 - Eisenach 1858); Ger.

 

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[L]

Labor, Josef (1842-1924); Ger.?

Orgelfantasie fur 2 Spieler [organ four hands], Op. 12 (Introduktion-Thema mit 2 Variationen-Fuga zu 6 Stimme-Finale)

 

Lachner, Franz (Rain am Lech 1803 - München 1890); Ger.

Introduktion und fuge d moll, Op. 62 [*]

Lefébure-Wély, Louis James Alfred (Paris 1817 - Paris 1870); Fr.

 

Lange, Daniel de (Rotterdam 1841 - Point Loma, Usa 1918); Hol./Usa.

Variations et Allegro (Fugue) Op. 1

 

Lemare, Edwin (Ventnor, Wight 1865 - Portland 1942); En.

Toccata and Fugue for organ

 

Liszt, Franz (Doborján, Raiding 1811 - Bayereut 1886); Hun./Ger.

››› Franz Liszt, the own page, here.

 

Loret, Clément (1833 - 1909); Fr.

 

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[M]

Mahler, Gustav (Kalischt 1860 - Vienna 1911); Boh./Au.

 

Martucci, Giuseppe (Capua 1856 - Napoli 1909); It.

Tema con Variazioni e Fuga for piano in E flat major, Op. 58 (1882)

 

Mendelssohn - Bartholdy, Felix (Amburg 1809 - Leipzig 1847); Ger.

››› Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the own page here.

 

Merkel, Gustav Adolf (Oberoderwitz 1827 - Dresda 1885); Ger.

Fugues from the Sonatas [9] for organ two/four hands [see the Sonate d moll, Op. 30 (1.Allegro moderato, 2. Adagio, 3. Allegro con fuoco, 4. Fuga) [*]

Preludes and Fugues [?] for organ

 

Molitor, Gregor (1867 - 1926); Ger.

Preludes and Fugues for organ [12]

 

Morhange, Charles Valentin (1813 - 1888); Fr.

 

Müller, Adolf (Tolda 1801 - Vienna 1886); Hun.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the organ works: Praeludium et Fuga; Praeludium; Fugue

 

Musil, František (1852 - 1908); Cz.

Fugal compositions [?] from the [selected] organ works: Sonata solemnis in d [Allegro, Canon, Fugue]

 

Mussorgsky [Moussorgskij or Mussorgskij], Modest (Karev 1839 - St. Petersburg 1881); Rus.

 

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[N, O]

Nicolaj, Otto (Königsberg now Kaliningrad 1810 - Berlin 1849); Rus./Ger.

 

Niedermayer, Louis Abraham (Nyon-am-Genfer-See 1802 - Paris 1861); Fr.

 

Oldroyd, George (1886 - 1951); En.

Chorale-Preludes [3] for organ, Op. 20

 

Oswald, Henrique (Rio De Janeiro 1852 - Rio de Janeiro 1931); Br.

Prelude and Fugue for organ (1930)

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the organ works: Fuguette

 

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[P, Q]

Parker, Horatio William (Auburndale, Massachusetts 1863 - Cedarhurst, New York 1919); Usa.

Introduction and Fugue for organ in e minor (1916)

 

Parry, Sir Charles Hubert (Bournemouth 1848 - Rustington 1918); En.

Fantasias and Fugues for organ [G major, e minor] (1913)

Toccata and Fugue Wanderer for organ (pub. post. 1921)

Grand-Fugue [Triple-Fugue] for organ (1864)

Chorale-Preludes [7] for organ, Op. 186, 205 [2 books] (1912, 1916)

 

Perosi, Giuseppe (1842 - 1908); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Versetti brillanti e fugati; Versetti [10]

 

Petrali, Vincenzo Antonio (Crema 1832 - Bergamo 1889); It.

Ricercari [3] and Versetti [15?] for organ

 

Piel, Peter (Kessenich, Bonn 1835 - Boppard 1904); Ger.

Fuguette for organ

 

Pierné, Gabriel (Metz 1863 - Ploujean 1937); Fr.

Fugue in g minor for organ (after 1905?)

 

Pintarić, Fortunat (Čacovec 1798 - Koprivnica 1867); Cr.

Préludes and Fugues for organ [?]

 

Pitsch, Karl Frantisek (1786 - 1858); Cz.

Fantasie und Fuge for organ (Prague s.a.)

Alleluja paschale Fuge

 

Piutti, Carl (Elgesburg 1846 - Leipzig 1902); Ger.

 

Polleri, Giovanni Battista (Genova 1855 - Genova 1923); It.

Preludio e Fuga in G major for organ (1884)

 

Preyer, G. (?); Ger.

Fuge uber das thema Abbé Stadler in F dur for organ four hands [*]

 

Puccini, Giacomo (Lucca [Gran Ducato di Toscana] 1858 - Bruxelles 1924); It.

Fugues [?6] for organ (ca. 1886, not pub.)

Fugues [3] for string quartett in A major, c minor, G major (1883)

 

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[R]

Raimondi, Pietro (Rome 1786 - Rome 1853); It.

Fugue for 16 4-part choirs [total 64 voices]

 

Ravanello, Oreste (Venezia 1871 - Padova 1938); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Etudes [100]; Trios [2] Op. 25, 82

 

Reger, Max (Brand 1873 - Leipzig 1916); Ger.

››› Max Reger, the own page here.

 

Reicha, Anton (Praha 1770 - Paris 1836); Cz.

Fugues for piano [36], Op. 36

 

Reinecke, Carl Heinrich Carlsten (Altona 1824 - Leipzig 1910); Ger.

 

Remondi, Roberto (Fiesse, Brescia 1851 - Torino 1928); It.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Fughetta Op. 65; Preludio e Fuga su temi pastorali

 

Renner, Joseph Junior (Ratisbona 1868 - Ratisbona 1934); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Sonatas [g minor Op. 29 (1894), c minor Op. 45 (1903)]; Zwölf Tonstücke, Op. 19 (1891); Sechzehn Tonstücke über Choral-Melodien, Op. 33 (1892); Trios [12]; Praeludien [5], Op. 41; 30 kurze und leichte Praeludien Op. 48; Praeludien [12], Op. 67; Suites [3] Op. 56, 61, 70; Thema und Variationen, Op. 58; Fantasie über das österliche Alleluja, Op. 83 (1925)

 

Respighi, Ottorino (Bologna 1879 - Roma 1936); It.

 

Reubke, Julius (Hausneindorf 1834 - Pillnitz 1858); Ger.

Fugue from the Grosse Sonate sopra der 94. Psalm in C major for organ (after 1856)

Trios for organ [g minor for 2 manuals and pedal, E flat major]

 

Rheinberger, Joseph Gabriel Von (Vaduz 1839 - Munch 1901); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the organ Sonatas [20, Op. 27, 65, 88, 98, 111, 119, 127, 132, 142, 146, 148, 154, 161, 165, 168, 193, 196]

Fuguettes [22] for organ, Op. 123

Fugal compositions from Charakteristücke for organ, Op. 123?

Fugal compositions from Monologe [12 pieces] for organ, Op. 162

Trios Op. 49 [10] for organ

Trios Op. 189 [12] for organ

 

Rinck, Johann Christian (Elgersburg 1770 - Darmstadt 1846); Ger.

 

Ritter, August Gottfried (Erfurt 1811 - Magdeburg 1885); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions [?] from the [selected] organ works: Tonstücke (1842); Album für Orgelspieler, Op. 38; Kunst des Orgelspiels (1844-45); Die Orgel und das Orgelspiels (Leipzig s.a.); Die erhaltung und Stimmung der Orgel durch den Organisten (pub. 1861)

 

Ropartz, Joseph-Marie-Guy (Lanloup 1864 - Lanloup 1955); Fr.

 

Rubinstein, Anton (Vykhatinetz 1829 - Peterhof 1894); Rus.

Preludes and Fugue for piano, Op. 53

 

Rudnick, Wilhelm (1850 - 1927); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Orgeltrios Op. 23 [8]; Sonatas [5], Op. 44, 49, 51, 58, 62; 9 Festpraeludien, Op. 41; 8 grössere Choral-Nachspiele, Op. 69; 30 Choral-Vorspiele, Op. 70

 

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[S]

Sabaneiev, Boris (? 1880 - ? 1918); Rus.

Fugue for organ

 

Saint-Saëns, Camille (Paris 1835 - Algeri 1921); Ger.

››› Camille Saint-Saëns, the own page here.

 

Salomé, Théodore-César (Paris 1834 - St.-Germanin 1896); Fr.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: 12 Pieces Nouvelles, Op. 59, 63 [?]; 12 Versets sur le Magníficat et 5 Postludes, Op. 67; 10 Piéces [Fuges...?]; 10 Piéces [Fuges...]

 

Satie, Alfred Erik Leslie (Honfleur, Normandy 1866 - Paris 1925); Fr.

››› Erik Satie, the own page here.

 

Sattner, Hugolin Father (1851 - 1934); Sl.

Fugue for organ (1907)

 

Schubert, Franz Peter (Himmelpfortgrund, now in Vienna 1797 - Vienna 1828); Ger.

››› Franz Peter Schubert, the own page here.

 

Schumann, Robert Alexander (Zwickau 1810 - Endenich, Bonn 1856); Ger.

››› Robert Alexander Schumann, the own page here.

 

Schumann, Clara Josephine (Leipzig 1819 - Frankfurt 1896); Ger.

See Wieck Schumann, Clara Josephine in this page.

 

Scriabin [Skriabin, Skriabine], Alexander [Aleksandr] (Moscow, 1872 - Moscow, 1915); Rus.

››› Aleksander Scriabin, the own page here.

 

Sechter, Simon (Friedberg 1788 - Vienna 1867); Boh./Au.

Fugue for organ in c minor in memoriam Franz Schubert

 

Sgambati, Giovanni (Roma 1841 - Roma 1914); It.

 

Speth, Johann (?); Hol.

 

Sor, Fernando (Barcelona 1778 - Paris 1839); Sp.

 

Stanford, Charles Villiers (Dublin 1852 - London 1924); En.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Fantasia and Toccata in d minor, Op. 57 (1894); Preludes [6], Op. 88 (ca. 1903); Short Preludes and Postludes [6], Op. 101; Short Preludes and Postludes [6], Op. 105; 6 Occasional Preludes, Op. 182

Preludes and Fugues [3] for organ, Op. 193

Fantasia and Fugue in d minor, Op. 103

 

Stehle, Gustav (Steinhausen, Würtenberg 1839 - S. Gallo 1915); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from his Preludes [400] for organ

 

Stirling, Elizabeth (Greenwich 1819 - London 1895); En.

Six Fugues On English Psalm Tunes for organ

 

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Tchaikovsky [Tchaikowski, Tchaikovski], Pyotr Ilyich (Kamsko-Votkinsk 1840 - St. Petersburg 1893); Rus.

››› Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, the own page here.

 

Thiele, Johann Friedrich Ludwig [Louis] (Quedlinburg 1816 - Berlin, Cholera 1846); Ger.

Chromatic fantasy and fugue for organ in a minor.

 

Töpper, Johann Gottlieb (Niederrossla, Turingia 1791 - Weimar 1870); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Orgelstücke; Choralvorspielen und Choralphantasien; 20 leichte Choralvorspiele; 20 grössere Orgelspiele; Concertphantasie; Theoretisch-praktische Orgeanistenschule (1845)

Fugues [20] for organ

20 Vorspiele und Fugen for organ

 

Tournemire, Charles (Bordeaux 1870 - Arcachon 1939); Fr.

 

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Vaughan-Williams, Ralph (Down Ampney 1872 - London 1958); En.

Prelude and Fugue for organ in c minor (1921)

 

Verdi, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco (Le Roncole 1813 - Milano 1901); It.

Finale of the Falstaff [Fugue on the words Tutto nel mondo è burla]

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the Requiem for choir and orchestra

String quartet in e minor [1. Allegro, 2. Andantino, 3. Prestissimo, 4. Scherzo, 5. Fugue, Allegro assai mosso]

 

Vierne, Louis (Poitiers 1870 - Paris 1937); Fr.

 

Volckmar, Wilhelm (Hersfeld 1812 - Homnugh, Cassel 1887); Ger.

Fugues [?] for organ

 

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Wagner, Richard (Leipzig 1813 - Venice 1883); Ger.

Fugato from Die Meistersinger (bars 138-50 of the overture, reprised in association with Beckmessen in Act 3)

 

Walmisley, Thomas Attwood (London 1765 - Cheine Walk, Chelsea 1850); En.

Prelude and Fugue for organ in e minor (1839)

Voluntary for organ in c (1831)

 

Weiner, Leo (Budapest 1885 - Budapest 1960); Hun.

Pastoral, fantasy and fugue. String quartet

 

Wesley, Charles (Bristol 1757 - London 1834); En.

Six Introductory Movements and Fugue for organ in Re

Preludes and Fugues, or Exercises for organ

Fugue for organ in D major

Voluntaries [?] for organ

 

Wesley, Samuel (Bristol 1766 - London 1837); En.

Introduction and Fugue for organ in c sharp minor (1837?)

Choral Song and Fugue for organ in Do

Grand Duet in C for organ four hands (Allegro-Andante-Fuga alla capella) [*]

 

Widor, Charles-Marie (Lions 1844 - Paris 1937); Fr.

Fugal compositions from the 9th Symphonie Gotica, Op. 70 (1876-1900)

 

Wieck [Robert Schumanns wife], Clara Josephine (Leipzig 1819 - Frankfurt 1896); Ger.

Preludes and Fugues [3] for piano [g minor, B flat major, d minor], Op. 16 (1845)

 

Woldstenholme, William (Blackburn 1865 - London 1931); En.

Prelude and Fugue for organ

 

Wolfrum, Philipp (Schwarzenbach 1854 - Samaden 1919); Ger.

Fugues and Fugal compositions from the [selected] organ works: Chorale-Preludes; Sonatas [3, in d minor, Op. 1; in E major, Op. 10; in F major, Op. 15]

 

Wood, Charles (Armagh 1866 - Cambridge 1926); En.

Preludes [16] for organ (1912)

 

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