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Czech Organ Music of the 19th & 20th Centuries - [ACD-2021] $16.98

Markéta Schley Reindlová plays 19th- and 20-century Czech organ music on the organ at St. Martin’s Church, Dudelange, Luxembourg. Built in 1912 with 45 speaking stops and three pedal extensions by Georg Stahlhuth (1830-1913) and his son Eduard Stahlhuth (1862-1916) of Aachen, Germany, they successfully incorporated French and English characteristics into a German romantic organ, defending this blending by citing Albert Schweitzer’s opinions.  After the organ was disfigured by neo-Baroque modifications in 1962, it was restored in 2002 including almost all of the original Stalhuth ranks and the original cone-valve windchests with enlargement to 78 speaking stops by the Thomas Jann firm of Laberweinting, Germany. The 24-page CD booklet includes the stoplist and photos of the organ, text on the music and performers in English, German, and Czech. Imported by Raven.

Frantisek Musil (1852-1908):
Sonata solemnis (in 3 mvts.)
   Allegro moderato · Andante (Canon) · Fugue
Leos Janacek (1854-1928): Adagios I & II
Janacek: Organ solo from Glagolithic Mass
Janacek: Ave maria†*
Bedrich Antonín Wiedermann (1883-1951): Notturno
Wiedermann: Praise the Almighty my soul!*
Miloslav Kabelac (1908-1979): Fantasies Nos. 1 & 2, Op. 32
Petr Eben (1929-2007): Song of Ruth*
Eben: A Festive Voluntary
*Andrea Brozakova, soprano; †Jehanne Strepenne, violin

Czech Organ Music of the 19th & 20th Centuries
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