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Schumann, Album for the Young, Chorale, Organ, Op 68
A chorale is a musical genre developed in the sixteenth century to be sung by a large group of singers. Several composers have written chorals for choir or different instruments. Johann Sebastian Bach used many chorale tunes, usually adding harmony of his own. Here is a chorale by Robert Schumann, from his Album for the Young, Op 68.