Notes & Reviews:
Tebaldini was a many-sided personage, characterized by an outstanding talent and a very high moral stature. Thanks to his multifarious but always consistent activities - aimed particularly at the rediscovery of the glorious Italian musical identity - and thanks to his masterly, passionate theoretic and practical action against the decadence of liturgical music, he is one of the most enlightened figures in musical art and scholarship.
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Max Reger: Organ Works, Vol. 12: Suites for Organ nos 1 & 2 / Kirsten Sturm, organ
French Horn in Prague - works for horn & piano by Kofron, Sestak, Slavicky, Hlobil / Premysl Vojta, horn; Tomoko Sawano, piano
W.F. Bach: Keyboard Sonatas (4); Keyboard Suite / Julia Brown, harpsichord
Girolamo Frescobaldi: Il Primo Libro di Capricci (1624) / Liuwe Tamminga: organ, harpsichord
Saint-Saens: Organ Symphony; Piano Concerto No. 2 / Peter Hurford, organ; Pascal Rogé, piano
Bossi... and friends - Organ works by Bossi, Guilmant, Hägg, Rheinberger & Yon / Massimo Nosetti: organ
Orgelkonzert - Works by Guilmant, Franck, Theinberger & Reger / Matthias Süess: organ
Bach: Organ Music / Barry Jordan, Glatter-Gotz / Rosales Organ of Magdeburger Domes
Main Gauche - Pieces for the piano left hand by Blumenfeld, Bonimici, Debussy, Dubé, Foote, Moszkowski, Ponce, Sancan, Schubert et al / Jean Dubé: piano