Christian Geisler

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Christian Peder Wilhelm Geisler (28 April 1869 – 19 August 1951) was a Danish organist and composer.

Notable works[edit]

  • Arnes Sange, 3 Songs of Björnetjerne Björnsons Arne, Op.1 (1889)
  • Sonatine in G major for piano, Op.2 (1897)
  • String Quartet in B minor, Op.3 (1893)
  • Foraar (Spring), Poem Cycle for soprano and piano, Op.4 (1910); words by Christian Richardt
  • O, welch ein Tiefe for chorus, Op.5 (1902)
  • Julekantate for chorus, Op.8a
  • Ode til den menneskelige stemme for chorus, Op.8b
  • Under Egetræet for solooist, chorus and orchestra, Op.9a (1890)
  • Asminderød Kirkeklokken, Op.9b (1915)
  • Sonate for viola and piano, Op.10 (1920)[1]
  • Minna, Tragic Overture for orchestra, Op.11 (1895)
  • Suite for orchestra, Op.12 (1930)
  • Et Morgensyn, Melodrama for speaker and orchestra, Op.13 (1894); poem by Christian Molbech
  • Zwei deutsche Gesänge (2 German Songs), Op.14 (1900)
  • Arier, Songs, Op.16 (1888)
  • Minneweise for chorus and soloists, Op.18 (1890)
  • Fem motetter (5 Motets) for chorus, Op.19 (1920)
  • String Quartet, Op.30
  • Festpræludium (Festival Prelude) for orchestra, Op.32 (1945)
  • Miniatursuite (Miniature Suite) for oboe and piano (1889)
  • Kvartetter (Quartet) for chorus (1895)
  • Skolehuset (Kantate ved indvielsen af Ingrid Jespersens skole) for chorus and piano (1895)
  • Kantate ved indvielsen af K.F.U.M.s nye bygning for chorus and orchestra (1900)
  • Forspil og fughetta (Prelude and Fughetta) for orchestra (1904)
  • Hymne til Barnet (Hymn for Children) for voice and piano (1905)
  • De profundis for string orchestra (1914)
  • Hjortens Flugt, Opera (1920/30)

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This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the Danish Wikipedia.