6 Organ Trios, Op.10 (Becker, Carl Ferdinand)

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Work Title 6 Organ Trios, Op.10
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Composer Becker, Carl Ferdinand
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.10
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 pieces
  1. Trio in A minor
  2. Trio in C major
  3. Trio in A major
  4. Trio in C minor
  5. Trio in D major
  6. Trio in B major
First Publication. 1835 ca.
Dedication Johann Gottlob Schneider? (1789-1863?)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation organ


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Op.11 by perhaps the same CF Becker? was published in 1835.

No.6 is on the B-A-C-H motif. None of the 6 has a tempo indication.

Re Johann Gottlob Schneider, see here and MusicSack- 1864 seems more likely, original source consulted gave 1863. This is a guess as to the dedicatee (given as Johann Schneider) but seems to fit the other details provided (Herrn Hoforganist in Dresden , and alive ca.1835.)