Gerard Bunk was one of the greatest organists of the first half of the twentieth century. He developed his own characteristic style, independent of Reger. His organ compositions can be divided into individual freely-composed works, character pieces, choral introductions and six large-scale concert pieces.
Volume V presents Bunk’s late organ works, which are comparable in quality to the works of Max Reger and Sigfrid Karg-Elert. Harmonically bold and full of individual style, the works provide one of the earliest examples of late Romantic style before the emergence of the Organ Reform Movement.
For this Urtext edition comprehensive source research has been carried out based on the latest musicological findings. Each of the volumes includes a foreword, numerous facsimile pages and illustrations as well as a critical commentary.
The complete edition will incorporate six volumes.
- Edited by the composer’s grandson
- Based on the latest musicological findings
- Detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Ger/Eng)
- Numerous facsimile pages and illustrations