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||Canons und Fuge über den Choral: "Vater unser im Himmelreich"
||Canons and Fugue on 'Vater unser im Himmelreich'
||2 (10 numbered canons, followed by a fugue)
||Herrn Karl Straube, Organist zu St. Thomas in Leipzig gewidmet.
||Early 20th century
The dedicatee, Straube's name comes up often in connection with the organ music of Max Reger.
The fugue, which begins on page 38 of the Leuckart edition, is on a Theme of Bernhard Ziehn (1845-1912).