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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

1974 Klais
1974 Klais/Trier Cathedral, Germany

A Fugue Too Many?

…can there ever be a surfeit of these characterful, complex and compelling treasures?

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Hour 1

J. S. BACHFugue in g, BWV 578Olivier Latry (Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris) La Dolce Vita 69

BACH/KELLNER:   Chromatic Fugue in G, BWV Anhang 44Kevin Bowyer (1962 Marcussen/St. Hans Church, Odense, Denmark) Nimbus 5647/8

ROBERT SCHUMANNFugue on B-A-C-H, Op. 60, no. 1Marie-Andrée Morisset-Balier (1890 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Ouen, Rouen, France) ASO 2001

ERNST PEPPINGFugue No. 4 in f (1942)Wolfgang Stockmeier (1972 Schuke/Obersten Stadkirche, Iserlohn, Germany) cpo 999 039

GUIDO DONATILittle Fugue on Fate furbGuido Donati (1968 Tamburini/Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Turin, Italy) Tactus 940401

MIKALOJUS KONSTANTINAS CIURLIONISFugue in c#Hans-Ola Ericsson (1987 Grönlund/Luleå Cathedral, Sweden) Bis 561

OTTORINI RESPIGHIFuga RealeAndrea Macinanti (1889 Verati/St. Michael the Archangel Church, Bologna, Italy) Tactus 800002

MARIO CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO:  Fugue on the Name of Albert Schweitzer –Livia Mazzanti (1988 Kleuker & Steinmeyer/Tonhalle, Zurich, Switzerland) Aeolus 10541

BACH (trans. De Jong):  Fugue, fr Cantata BWV 68Euwe & Sybolt de Jong (1724 Vater/St. Petrikirche, Melle, Germany) De Jong 5

Filler – BACH:  Fugue in g, BWV 578 (see above)

Hour 2

JOHANN PACHELBELFugue in d, Book 1, no. 11Marilyn Mason (1985 Fisk/Organ Studio, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI) MHS 514371

JAN VANHAL:  Fugue in B-flat. JAN ZACHFugue in aKathryn Ulvilden Moen (1978 Hendrickson/St. Wenceslaus Church, New Prague, MN) Moen 2008

FRIEDRICH WILHELM MARPURGFugue in G, Op. 1, no. 10Martin Haselböck (1731 Silbermann/Parish Church, Reinhardtsgrimma, Germany) Querstand 0220

FRANZ LACHNER: Fugue in e –Rudolf Innig (1911 Walcker/St. Jacobus Church, Illmenau, Germany) MG&D 317 1487

MAX REGER:  Fugue in c –Jean-Baptiste Dupont (1912 Harrison/St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, England) Hortus 111

ARTHUR HONEGGERFugue & ChoraleFrederick Swann (Skinner-Schlicker-Zeiter/1st Congregational Church, Los Angeles, CA) Gothic 49118

CHARLES KOECHLIN:  Fugue, Op. 133 –Christian Schmitt (2009 Goll/Marktkirche, Hannover, Germany) cpo 777 512

MAX REGERImprovisation and Fugue in a, Op. 65, nos. 5 & 6Josef Still (1974 Klais/Trier Cathedral, Germany) Naxos 8.570454

Filler – CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO:  Fugue on the Name of Albert Schweitzer (see above)


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