Fantasia no. 1, Op. 53

Moritz Brosig composed his Fantasia no. 1 for Organ, Op. 53, in 1882. Brosig wrote few chamber pieces, focusing instead of sacred music. It has been said that his organ music bears a resemblance to that of Felix Mendelssohn. The Fantasia no. 1 for Organ, Op. 53 spans 4 movements and takes about 14 minutes to be performed in its enterity.

This piece contains the following parts:

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Fantasia no. 1, Op. 53 - 1. Grave, maestoso
Fantasia no. 1, Op. 53 - 2. Larghetto
Fantasia no. 1, Op. 53 - 3. Grave, maestoso
Fantasia no. 1, Op. 53 - 4, Fugue
Composer Form Instrument Period
Moritz Brosig Fantasy Organ Romantic

Moritz Brosig

Moritz Brosig was a German composer and organist. He wrote nine masses, many organ compositions, a Catholic hymn book, piano and cello ...
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