Notes & Reviews:
Vol. 6 of CPO's journey of discovery through the Northern German organ baroque is dedicated to the two new masters Franz Tunder and Nicolaus Hasse. Tunder, the better known of the two, was Buxtehude's predecessor as city organist in Lubeck. Hardly any documentation of Hasse's life has come down to us, but he was probably a pupil of J. Praetorius, J. P. Sweelinck, and H. Scheidemann and is known to have been the organist at St. Mary's Church in Stendal beginning in the late 1620s and later the organist at St. Mary's Church in Rostock.
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Max Reger (1873-1916): Organ Works - Twelve pieces, Op. 59; Chorale Fantasies, Op. 52; Chorale Preludes / Gerhard Weinberger, organ
Original jackets Collection - Complete Decca Recordings / Kyung Wha Chung, violin with Krystian Zimerman, Philip Moll, Patrick Gallois, [20 CDs]
Pierre Boulez: The Complete Columbia Album Collection - Berlioz, Berg, Bartok, Schoenberg, Berio, Beethoven, Ravel et al. / New York PO; Boulez et al.
British Piano Concertos - works by Stanford, Vaughan Williams, Hoddinott, Williamson, Finzi, Foulds, Bridge, Rawsthorne, Ireland, Busch, Moeran et al. / various artists
Felix Weingartner: Complete Symphonies / Marko Letonja
Max Reger: Organ Works, Vol. 1 - played on historical instruments from Reger's days / Gerhard Weinberger, organ
George Enescu: Symphony no 5; Isis / Marius Vlad, NDR Choir
Theodor von Schacht (1748-1823): Symphonies, Vol. 1 / Evergreen SO, Schmalfuss
John Knowles Paine: Symphony No. 1; The Tempest; As You Like It, overture / Ulster Orch., Falletta