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New editions:
Reinecke: First piano concerto in f minor op.72 (solo part)
Reinecke: First piano concerto in f minor op.72 (parts)
Reinecke: First piano concerto in f minor op.72 (full score)
Dieter: Trinity cantata for SAB choir and organ
Müller-Hartung: First organ sonata on „From deep Distress“
Fauré: Cello sonata Nr. 1 in d minor op.109
Bruch: The flight to Egypt – Christmas cantata for soprano, female choir and orchestra (vocal score)
Wagner: Organ transcriptions 6 (Arr. Lemare)
Wagner: Organ transcriptions 5 (Arr. Lemare)
Diverse: Organ rarities of the romantic period 61: 17 Pieces from „Short preludes“ series
Parker: Organ sonata in e flat minor op.65
Haydn: Missa Sti. Raphaelis for SATB choir and organ
Schneider: Pedal studies 2 – 44 easy pieces for organ op.48
Ravel: Cinq mélodies grecques for voice and piano
Satie: Petite Ouverture à danser for piano
Hollins: Theme with Variations and Fugue for organ
Diverse: Organ rarities of the romantic period 60: Pieces from „L‘Orgue moderne“ Vol.2
Boulanger: Psalm 130 – De profundis for choir and two pianos
Missa: Mois de Marie – 32 pieces for harmonium or organ
Bach: Air from the 3rd orchestra suite BWV 1068 (Arr. piano)
Parker: Concerto for organ and orchestra op.55 (full score)
Rheinberger: Mass in f minor for SATB choir and organ op.159
Schneider: Pedal studies 1 – 25 easy pieces for organ op.67
Sinding: Album for harmonium (Arr.)
de Lange: Organ sonata on „A mighty fortress is our god“ op.8
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