Notes & Reviews:
St. Rupert's Catholic Parish Church in Munich is home to one of the few surviving Maerz organs. After recent restorations of this marvelous gem of late-romantic organ design to its 1907 operating standards, it now may be heard in its original splendor of sound. The young organist Anne Horsch, who studied in Munich under Prof. Lehrndorfer and in Prof. Harald Feller's master class and later successfully continued her studies in France, performs Brahms's complete organ works.
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Chopin: Sonatas no 2 & 3, Two Nocturnes, Berceuse, Barcarolle / Marc-André Hamelin
Schumann: Symphony no 3 & 4, etc / Dasgaard, Swedish CO
Bach: French Suites / Francesco Cera
Fiori Musicali - Girolamo Frescobaldi / Calvert Johnson
Frescobaldi: Masses Vol 3 / Sergio Balestracci, La Stagione Armonica, et al
Handel: Dettingen Te Deum, Zadok the Priest, Organ Concerto no 14 / Layton, Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, et al
Bach: Harpsichord Concerto BWV 1052, etc / Hélène Grimaud, Bremen German Chamber Philharmonic
Bach: Das wohltemperierte Klavier Book 2 / Suzuki
Dickinson: Complete Solo Organ Works / Jennifer Bate