Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877–1933) 66 Chorale Improvisations Op. 65
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We recommend Karg-Elert's “14 Chorale Improvisations” from Op. 65 for all church festivals to anyone who is looking for the most famous improvisations. With the Marche triomphale you can get a closer look on just one improvisation from op. 65 volume 6.
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Karg-Elert's Op. 65, the 66 chorale improvisations on Evangelical church
hymns in six volumes, are his first organ works composed directly for this instrument. At first, in 1906, Karg-Elert had planned a collection of 40 preludes. In November 1909, the Opus 65, with its volumes arranged for the most part according to the liturgical year, was complete and in print, crowned with a piece for organ and brass as 66th setting.