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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Mozart and More

Exploring the actualities and implications of Mozart’s life-long love of the ‘King of Instruments’, and other’s love of Wolfgang Amadeus.

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Music played in the program

W.A. MOZART: Fantasy in f, K.608 –Vincent Warnier (1975 Kern/Église Saint-Martin, Masevaux, France) Solstice CD-111

W.A. MOZART (arranged by Stamm): Adagio in F, from String Trio, K. 404a; Adagio, from String Quintet in g, K. 516; Finale, from String Quartet in G, K.387 –Hans-André Stamm (1980 Klais/Altenberger Dom, Germany) Prezioso CD-800.015

W.A. MOZART: 2 Church Sonatas in C, K. 329/336 –Arthur Fiedler Sinfonietta; Carl Weinrich (1958 Holtkamp/General Theological Seminary, New York, NY) BMG/RCA CD-60121

W.A. MOZART: Adagio in C, K. 617a –Hans Fagius (1990 Marcussen/Lindevang Church, Copenhagen, Denmark) BIS-CD-606

W.A. MOZART: March in C –Diane Bish (1983 Sandtner/St. Michael Church, Munich, Germany) Artisan CD-2183

W.A. MOZART (arranged by Jean Guillou): Allegro vivace, 1st movement, from Symphony Number 41 in C, K. 551 –Yanka Hekimova (1989 van den Heuvel/Église Saint-Eustache, Paris, France) 3D CD-8006

W.A. MOZART: Fugue in g, K. 443 –Ales Bárta (1995 Rieger-Kloss/Unicov Concert Hall, Prague, Czech Republic) Supraphon 82131

JEAN GUILLOU: Paraphrase pour Don GiovaniJean Guillou (1958; 1968 Aeolian-Skinner/Trinity Wall Street, New York, NY) Dorian DOR 90101

FRANZ LISZT: Evocation of the Sistine Chapel, including paraphrases of Allegri’s Miserere and Mozart’s Ave verum corpusLouis Robilliard (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/Église Saint-François-de-Sales, Lyon, France) Festivo FECD-125


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