94th Psalm (Sonata For Organ). By Julius Reubke (1834-1858). Edited by Hermann Keller. For organ. Classical Period. Difficulty: medium. Organ solo book. Introductory text. 27 pages. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P04941).
ISBN M-3007-0012-0. With introductory text. Classical Period. 9x12 inches.
based on the 94th Psalm.
Location: from Worcester, MA
January 28, 2007
My absolute favorite sonata for organ
This is the MUST HAVE score in any organist's or pipe organ afficionado's library. The 94th covers every emotion I believe there is, true to the massive bi-polar disorder which David surely had. For organists, this is not the hardest piece to play, but registration must be precise as does...
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Location: from Rochester, NY
March 24, 2006
Imagine THIS on the Wannamaker!
Are you ready for this? I'm no organist...I suppose I'd give anything to play though. My musical tastes run the gammut from rock to heavy metal (that's right, baby!) to blues but finally to classical...which to me is the epitome of the finest talent. This particular piece I think, if...
11 of 24 people found this review helpful.
Age Freerk Bokma
Location: from Groningen, The Netherlands
April 17, 2003
Gott, des die Rache ist.....
This is the first line of the 94th Psalm. The psalm on wich Reubke based his Large Organsonata. By many organists this piece is seen as one of the best pieces from the romantic period. When you want to study this work you will need a good piano technique. But:...
13 of 28 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Nordheim, Texas
July 18, 2001
A BLAST TO PLAY AND HERE
Reubke was the son of a german organ builder and a student of List! He was inspired to write this after the 94th psalm...This is his ONLY major work. His teacher's influence can be seen and heard in this dramatic work. You can truly relate the text of the psalm...
12 of 24 people found this review helpful.