Wilhelm Middelschulte (1863–1943) studied church music in Berlin. From 1891 onwards he was director of the organ department at the American Conservatory in Chicago and Wisconsin Conservatory in Milwaukee. As a virtuoso organist he had a formative influence in the USA. No lesser authority than Ferruccio Busoni described Middelschulte as the "master of counterpoint” and the greatest contrapuntalist since Johann Sebastian Bach.

This fifth volume of the Urtext edition marks the completion of the publication of Middelschulte’s original organ compositions.

- First Urtext edition of Middelschulte’s Complete Organ Works
- Each volume contains a detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Ger/Eng)

Contents:
Canonic Variations on the Chorale "Jesus, meine Zuversicht”
Chorale and Passacaglia St. John
Lamentation