- Daniel Roth (Organ)
Notes & Reviews:
Anyone who is an avid organ listener (especially to the Motette label) will be familiar with Daniel Roth's many recordings, too numerous to mention here. Suffice it to say, his repertoire is extremely wide-ranging, and you might be surprised to know he is equally active as a composer. Born in Mullhouse, Alsace, he began studying the organ because of his admiration for Dr. Albert Schweitzer. He entered the Conservatoire National Superieur in Paris and quickly gained acclaim for his abilities. He studied with the famed Marie-Claire Alain and won several international competitions. Since 1985, he has been the head organist at St. Sulpice in Paris. He also was Professor at the Musikhochschule in Saarbrucken from 1988 to 1995, then held the same position in Frankfurt, succeeding Helmut Walcha and Edgar Krapp. The appealing music on this disc follows the choral tradition of Faure and Durufle.
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Works DetailsRoth, Daniel : Missa de Archangelis
- Performer: Daniel Roth (Organ)
- Conductor: Daniel Roth
- Ensemble: Westphalian Chamber Soloists
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Choral
- Studio/Live: Studio