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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[1924 Mauracher organ at Salzburg Cathedral, Austria]
1924 Mauracher organ at Salzburg Cathedral, Austria1

[1895; 1991 Rieger organ at Dominikanerkirche, Vienna, Austria][decorative stamp]
1895; 1991 Rieger organ at Dominikanerkirche, Vienna, Austria

At Large in Austria

…a prelude to the upcoming spring Pipedreams Organ Tour in the land of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Brahms and Bruckner.

Send in your reservation for our 2009
Pipedreams Tour in Austria, May 5 & 17, 2009

 

Total Program Time: 118 minutes

Audio 0902 Complete Show 1 hour 58 Minutes

Audio 0902 Hour I 59:00
Audio 0902 Hour II 59:00

Program Broadcast dates:

  • Week of January 12, 2009

Links and Resources:

Music played in the program

Hour 1

GEORG MUFFAT: Toccata Number 1, from Apparatus musico-organisticusRupert Gottfried Frieberger (1634 Putz; 1708 Egedacher/Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church], Schlägl, Austria) Coronata CD-1216

J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in e, S. 533 –Rupert Gottfried Frieberger (1970 Hradetzky/Stift Melk, Austria) Stift Melk CD-1977

W.A. MOZART: Gigue, K. 574 –Florian Pagitsch (1828 Karl Mauracher/St. Sebastian, Salzburg, Austria). JAN BRANDTS BUYS: Toccata & Fugue –Florian Pagitsch (1868 Matthäus Mauracher/University Church, Salzburg, Austria) Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 319 0990

JUSTIN HEINRICH KNECHT: Kleines Oboekonzert –Wolfgang Kreuzhuber (1996 Kögler/Engelszell Monastery, Austria) Orgelbau Kögler CD-2000

FRANZ KROPFREITER: Improvisation on a Theme from Bruckner’s 8 th Symphony –Franz Kropfreiter (1774 Khrismann; 1873 Mauracher; 1951 Zika/St. Florian Monastery, Austria) Saint Florian CD-774

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Fugue in A-flat minor, WoO 8 –Michael Radulescu (1996 Mathis/Schottenkirche, Vienna, Austria) Mathis CD-31901

FRANZ SCHMIDT: Prelude & Fugue in D, HallelujahJohannes Zimmerl (1752 Hencke; 1964 Hradetzky/Herzogenburg Monastery, Austria) Herzogenburg CD-2001

Filler –W.A. MOZART (see above)

Hour 2

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Kyrie, from Mass in d, For Troubled Times –Elisabeth Flechl, soprano; Annely Peebo, alto; Christian Bauer, tenor; Reinhard Mary, bass; Choir and Orchestra of St. Augustine’s Church, Alois Glassner, conductor; Arno Hartmann (1985 Reil/Augustinerkirche, Vienna, Austria) Kirchenmusik St. Augustin CD-27005

W.A. MOZART: Festival Sonata in C, K. 336 –Salzburg Camerata Academica, Bernhard Paumgartner, conductor; E. Power Biggs (1924 Mauracher/Salzburg Cathedral, Austria) Columbia K3L-231

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Organ Concerto Number 2 in C –Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Zoltan Rozsnyai, conductor; E. Power Biggs (1778 Maleck/St. Martin Dom, Eisenstadt, Austria) Columbia MS-6682

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Scherzo in G; Fugue in G on a Theme of Albrechtsberger –Franz Haselböck (1640 Anonymous/St. Michael in der Wachau, Austria) KKM 3071

HANS HASELBÖCK: Improvisation on Herr Jesus hat ein GärtchenHans Haselböck (1896; 1991 Rieger/Dominican Church, Vienna, Austria) Edition Lade CD-040

ANTON BRUCKNER: Nachspiel & Fugue in d –August Humer (1750 Chrismann + 1867 Brieinbauer/Old Cathedral, Linz, Austria) Symicon 124

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Chorale-prelude, Herzliebster Jesus –Johannes Lenius (1878 Walcker/Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria) Votivkirche CD-002

HANS LEITNER: Improvisation on Schönster Herr JesuHans Leitner (1981 Eisenbarth/Dom St. Stephan, Passau, Germany) Symicon 118

Filler –FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Concerto (see above)

 

Our 2009 Pipedreams Organ Tour in Austria, May 5-17, 2009, begins and ends in Vienna, but also circulates to Salzburg, Linz, Eisenstadt, Klosterneuberg, Dürnstein and many others sites. Won’t you join us? Send in your reservation now, as space is limited.