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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Anton Bruckner and the Organ

Though symphonies and choral music have secured his fame, it was the organ he first loved and which remained a life influence.

Program Broadcast dates:

  • February 2, 1998

Music played in the program

ANTON BRUCKNER: Prelude & Fugue in c [1847] –Kent Tritle (1993 Mander/St. Ignatius Loyola RCC, New York, NY) Epiphany CD-04

ANTON BRUCKNER (arranged by Horn): Scherzo, from Student Symphony [1863] –Erwin Horn (Klais/Frauenkirche, Nuremberg, Germany) Novalis CD 150 071

ANTON BRUCKNER: Prelude in C [1884] –Michael Gailit (1976 Rieger/Augustinerkirche, Vienna, Austria) Edition Lade CD-010

ANTON BRUCKNER (arranged by Horn): Bad Ischl Improvisation [1890] –Erwin Horn (Klais/Frauenkirche, Nuremberg, Germany) Novalis CD 150 071

ANTON BRUCKNER: Graduale, Ecce sacerdos magnus [1885] –Bavarian Radio Choir, Eugen Jochum, conductor; Hedwig Bilgram, organ; Deutsche Grammophon 23127

ANTON BRUCKNER (arranged by Schmoegner): Ruhig bewegt, 1st movement, from Symphony Number 4 in A [1874] –Thomas Schmögner (1845 Cavaillé-Coll/Église de la Madeleine, Paris, France) Edition Lade CD-009

ANTON BRUCKNER: Prelude in E-flat [1836] –Diane Bish (1774 Khrismann; 1873 Mauracher; 1951 Zika/St. Florian Monastery, Austria) Artisan CD-2183

ANTON BRUCKNER: Prelude [1846] and Fugue [1861] in d –Erwin Horn (Klais/Frauenkirche, Nuremberg, Germany) Novalis CD 150 071

ANTON BRUCKNER (arranged by Schmoegner): Scherzo, from Symphony Number 4 in A –Thomas Schmögner (1987 Kney/St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, MN) recorded October 28, 1996