Episode #1206

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

The instruments at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., and the Catholic Cathedral in La Crosse, Wis., demonstrate two divergent ways of approaching the "classical organ."

Program details:

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN (arranged by Baker): Egmont Overture, Opus 84 –Martin Baker (2010 Noack/Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman, La Crosse, Wis.) Pipedreams Archive Recorded May 1, 2011.

JOHANN GOTTLIEB GRAUN: Allegro, from Organ Concerto in g. JOHANN GOTTLIEB GRAUN: Aria, Geist der Wahrheit. FREDERICK II, King of Prussia: Allegro in C –Kristen Dubenion-Smith, mezzo-soprano; Steven Zohn, flute; David Yearsley (2010 GOArt-Schnitger/Anabel Taylor Chapel, Cornel University, Ithaca, N.Y.) Pipedreams Archive recorded March 3, 2011.

CARL PHILIP EMMANUEL BACH: Fantasy & Fugue in e, Wq. 119/7 –Harald Vogel (2010 GOArt-Schnitger/Anabel Taylor Chapel, Cornel University, Ithaca, N.Y.) Pipedreams Archive recorded March 13, 2011.

MARTIN BAKER: Improvisation on Conditor alme siderum –Martin Baker (2010 Noack/Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman, La Crosse, Wis.)

 

Comments [2]

michael barone

Sorry, these all were concert recordings, not available for purchase. But you can listen again at any time in the 'programs' archive at www.pipedreams.org

Feb. 28 2012 03:28 PM
David Fox from south of Utica NY

I heard this broadcast just last evening. Where can I purchase a copy of this performance?

thanks,

Dave Fox

Feb. 13 2012 09:07 PM

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