Johann Georg Meister (1793 – 1870) was a German organist and composer. He was organist in the Stadtkirche in Hildburghausen. During his life he published several volumes of compositions for the organ, intended for use in musical education and for use during service. Some of these volumes are still available in libraries. His opus 11 is one of them. Originally edited by Conrad Glaser in Schleusingen (ca. 1835) it is now available as a digital copy in the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden. The six pieces contained in this volume show a nice variety in musical forms: a fugue, a trio, a prelude and three choral based works.