- Reinhard Kluth (Organ)
Notes & Reviews:
This new release unveils a treasury of Romantic German organ music that has lay completely forgotten for more than a hundred years. The Well-Tempered Organ, a series of preludes and fugues in the major and minor keys, is obviously modeled after J.S. Bach, and taken from his four-part "school for organ." Historically, Stolze's organ music comes at the end of the period of Enlightenment and during the transition from Classicism to Romanticism.
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Works DetailsStolze, Heinrich Wilhelm : The Well-Tempered Organ, Op. 58
- Performer: Reinhard Kluth (Organ)
- Period Time: Romantic
- Studio/Live: Studio