Notes & Reviews:
One of the largest organs in the German Ruhr area presents multifaceted playing possibilities! On his fifth solo CD for the Querstand label, Johannes Unger presents works by Bach, Saint-Saëns, Messiaen, and more.
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Burgmüller: Overture, Op. 5; Symphony no 2; Piano Concerto Op. 1 / Leonard Hokanson, piano; Wuppertal SO, Schmalfuss
Saint-Saens: Piano Quartet, Op. 41; Jongen: Piano Quartet, Op. 23 / Quatuor Gabriel
Organ music from the Period of the Danish Golden Age - works by Gade, Hartmann & Malling / Niels Erik Aggesen, organ
Piano Trios by Chausson, Dubois and Pfeiffer / Trio Arcadis
Confluence - Organ music of Bruhns, Brahms, Franck, Vierne, Wodor / Barbara Raedeke, organ at St. Mark's, Saint Louis
Karl Wolfrum: Organ Sonatas Opp. 4, 12 & 15 / Halgeir Schiager, Sauer Organ of Chemnitz Church
Arnold Mendelssohn: Motetten zur Weihnacht; Deutsche Messe, Op. 89 / SWR Vocal Ensemble
Johan Svendsen: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 - Norwegian Rhapsodies 3 & 4; Cello Concerto, Op. 7; Symphony no 2 / Truls Mork, cello
César Franck: Posthumous and unpublished works for organ / Joris Verdin, organ