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Postromantic Organ Music

by Daniil Protsyuk

Unique répertoire, unique artist. Immerse yourself in the sounds of rare recorded instrument of Pаderborn Cаthedral
Genre: Classical: Organ
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1. Original Theme for Organ in F Sharp Minor, Op. 73: Introduction
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2. Original Theme for Organ in F Sharp Minor, Op. 73: Variations
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3. Original Theme for Organ in F Sharp Minor, Op. 73: Fugue
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4. Symphonie-Passion Op. 23. Le Monde Dans L'attente Du Sauveur
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5. Symphonie-Passion Op. 23: Nativité
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6. Symphonie-Passion Op. 23: Crucifixion
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7. Symphonie-Passion Op. 23: Résurrection
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Album Notes
"Postromantic Organ Music" is an album with introduction of rare instruments and composers of post-romantic era:

- Max Reger, Introduction, Variations and Fugue on an Original Theme for organ in F sharp minor, Op. 73. Recorded live May 19, 1998 in the Pаderborn Cаthedral, Germаny. Organ-giant built by Siеgfrid Sаuеr, Höxtеr, Gеrmany, in 1979-81, consists of three independent organs, united on the central electric console: Tower organ, choir organ, organ in crypt, generally 139 stops [german: Turmorgel, Chororgel, Kryptaorgel]. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paderborn_Cathedral

- Marcel Dupre, Symphonie-passion op.23. Recorded live June 6, 1999 in the church of St. Sophiа, Bаrmbek Hamburg, Germany. Organ built by Siegfrid Sаuer, Höxter, Germany, has 72 stops.




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