3 Fughettas (1851)
3 Preludes & Fugues, JWV 10, 13, 16
Five Pieces out of WoO 25, Nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 (works without opus numbers)
Great Fugue, JWV 3 (1853)
Four Versets, JWV 151 (1858)
Fugue WoO 10 (1867)
Five Pieces (brief, for church use)
Sonata No. 1, op. 27.
The substantial booklet documents the organ and sources of these works. Innig plays the fascinating Walcker organ of 1844 at St. Maria in Schramberg, Germany.
Total Playing Time: 70:54
Sonatas No. 2, op. 65; No. 3, op. 88; No. 4, op. 98; Ten Trios, Op. 49. An essay on the works explains their sources. Innig plays the fascinating Walcker organ of 1844 in Schramberg, Germany.
Sonata No. 5 in F-sharp Major, Op. 111; Sonata No. 6 in E-flat minor, Op. 119; 12 Fughetten strengen Styls, Op. 123a
Rudolf Innig plays the 1888 E. F. Walcker 3m restored and modestly enlarged in 1984 by the Kuhn firm of Switzerland to 70 ranks in the Stadtkirche at Winterthur, Switzerland. A gorgeous organ. Alas, reviews of the playing and registration have been particularly bad for this volume.
Sonata No. 7 in F minor, op. 127; Sonata No. 8 in E minor, op. 132; 12 Fughetten strengen Styls, op. 123b. The beautiful 1888 E. F. Walcker 3m at the Stadtkirche in Winterthur, Switzerland, was restored and modestly enlarged by Kuhn to 70 ranks in 1984. Alas, Rudolf Innig has received poor reviews for the playing and registration. The sound quality is fine.