Anton Bruckner is remembered as a symphonist and writer of liturgical music. However, he did compose a small number of works for the piano, Erinnerung (Memory) being the most well-known. Written around the year 1868, it falls chronologically between the first and second symphonies.
The music is poignant, mysterious, grand and harmonically rich. It is appropriate for moderately advanced performers and is about 5-6 minutes in length and would make a perfect piece for a recital or jury.