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Primal Light (Urlicht), The Symphonic Organ, Kensuke Ohira, organist, Hildesheim Dom, 119 ranks - [ACD-3044] $16.98

The organs of Hildesheim Dom built in 2014 by Seifert of Kevelaer: 97 stops, 119 ranks in 2 organs: one of 4 manuals organ and one of  2 manuals, incorporating parts from previous organs by Breil of 1960 and Klais of 1989 and 2006.

Mendelssohn: Mvt. 4 Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott from Symphony No. 5 Reformation
Liszt: Orpheus Symphonic Poem
Mahler: Mvt. 2 Urlicht (Primal Light) from Symphony No. 2 Resurrection; Seda Amir-Karayan, alto
Liszt: Phantasie und Fuge Ad nos, ad salutarem undam
Bach: Chorale Prelude Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott, BWV 721

Kensuke Ohira is organist of the Stiftskirche in Stuttgart and winner of the 2016 Johann Pachelbel Prize of ION-Musica Sacra. He is a graduate of Tokyo University of Arts and studied at the Musikhochschule Würzburg and church music at the University of Music and Drama in Munich. His teachers include Christoph Bossert, Bernhard Haas, Masaaki Suzuki, Hiroko Asai, and Rie Hiroe

Primal Light (Urlicht), The Symphonic Organ, Kensuke Ohira, organist, Hildesheim Dom, 119 ranks
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