First published as Op. 19, No. 2 (one of a set of four piano pieces), it was used as incidental music for a play in 1922, and eventually arranged by the composer for organ and orchestra. Cortège consists simply of an opening chorale. Litanie follows with a chanting, repetitive pattern that as a whole makes for a catchy melody. After many repetitions of this melody with some development, both the chorale and chant are played simultaneously as if leitmotivs in a Wagnerian denouement.
- 3Fl, 2Ob, CA, 2Cl, Bcl, 2Bsn, Cbsn, 4Hn, 3Tpt, 3Tbn, Tba, Timp, 2Perc(glock., cym), Cel., Harp, Organ, Strings
- 5 min.
- Set of Parts:
- Includes Strings count 126.96.36.199.3