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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Wolfgang Mozart
Wolfgang Mozart

Midsummer Mozart

Considering that Mozart wrote virtually nothing for the organ, we certainly had fun finding things of his to play!

Program Broadcast dates:

  • August 02, 2004

Music played in the program

W.A. MOZART: Fantasy in f for a Clockwork Organ, K. 608 –Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard (1990 Westenfelder/Église Saint-Macre de Fere-en-Tardenois, France) ADDA CD-581274; Accord CD-205062

W.A. MOZART: Andante & Menuetto, from Symphony Number 40 in g, K. 550 –Jordi Vergés & Fabio Ciofini (1974 Lhote & Blancafort/St. Mary Church, Mataro, Spain) Loft LRCD-1061

W.A. MOZART: Fantasy in c, K. 396; Masonic Funeral Music, K. 477 –Christian Schneider, eh; Ursula Emde-Ossenkop (1951 Steinmeyer/North German Radio Studio 10, Hamburg, Germany) Motette CD MOT 20291

W.A. MOZART: 4 Church Sonatas: K. 263, 336, 329 in C & K. 145 in F –Concilium Musicum Vienna, Paul Angerer, conductor; Elisabeth Ullmann (1773 Pfliegler/Altenburg Monastery, Austria) Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 605 0298

W.A. MOZART: Andante in C, K. 315 –Zofie Vokalkova, flute; Kathleen Scheide (1755 Fassman/All Souls Church, Prague, Czech Republic) HLM CD-0004

W.A. MOZART (arranged by Guggemos): Adagio in E-flat, S. 580a –Wolfgang Guggenberger, trumpet; Anton Guggemos (1959 Schmid/Wieskirche, Steingaden, Germany) Ambitus CD-97810

W.A. MOZART (transcribed by Hekimova): Molto Allegro, Finale from Symphony Number 41 in C, K. 551 –Yanka Hekimova (1989 van den Heuvel/Église Saint-Eustache, Paris, France) OPES CD-8006