Georg Muffat

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Georg Muffat is known primarily for several instrumental collections, among which are his Florilegium orchestral suites.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Apparatus Musico-Organisticus, collection for organ 1690 Keyboard
Armonico Tributo, 5 sonatas for strings & continuo Orchestral
Toccata for organ No. 11 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) 1690 Keyboard
Passacaglia for organ in G minor (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) Keyboard
Toccata for organ No. 6 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) Keyboard
Toccata for organ No. 7 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) 1690 Keyboard
Sonata for violin & continuo in D major 1677 Chamber Music
Toccata for organ No. 1 in D minor (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) 1690 Keyboard
Missa In Labore requies Choral
Toccata for organ No. 12 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) 1690 Keyboard
Passacaglia for organ in G major Keyboard
Sonata for strings & continuo No. 3 in A major (from Armonico Tributo) 1682 Orchestral
Toccata for organ No. 5 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) Keyboard
Florilegium Primum, 7 suites for strings & continuo ad lib Orchestral
Concerto Grosso No. 12 in G major ("Propita Sydera") (from Ausserlesene Instrumental-Music) 1701 Concerto
Toccata for organ No. 8 in G major (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) 1690 Keyboard
Sonata for strings & continuo No. 2 in G minor (from Armonico Tributo) 1682 Orchestral
Toccata for organ No. 2 in G minor (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) Keyboard
Nova Cyclopeias Harmonica, aria and variations for organ (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) Keyboard
Toccata for organ No. 9 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) Keyboard
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