Episode #1345

The Winds of Aeolus

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Monday, November 18, 2013

Pipedreams presents a glimpse at some intriguing repertoire and exquisite recordings made by engineer-producer Christoph Frommen for his Aeolus Music label.

Program details:

J. S. BACH: Fugue in g, BWV 578 –Bernhard Klapprott (1761 J-A Silbermann/Arlesheim Cathedral, Switzerland). BACH: 4 Orgelbüchlein Chorales (Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, BWV 626; Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 633; Christus, der uns selig macht, BWV 620) –Ewald Kooiman (1709 Andreas Silbermann/St. Etienne Abbey, Marmoutier, Alsace) Aeolus 10761.

MARIO CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO: Prelude on the Name of Frederick Tulan, Op. 170, no. 49; Adoration, fr Sacred Service, Op. 122; Introduction, Aria and Fugue, Op. 159 –Livia Mazzanti (1988 Kleuker-Steinmeyer/Zurich Tonhalle, Switzerland) Aeolus 10541.

THIERRY ESCAICH: Improvisation on a Basque Melody (Agur, Itziarko Birjina ederra) –José Ignacio Ansorena, Txistu; Thierry Escaich (2009 Grenzing/Parroquia de Santa Maria, Deba, Spain) Aeolus 10691.

FLOR PEETERS: Chorale-prelude, Now rest beneath night’s shadow, Op. 68, no. 3; Paraphrase on Salve Regina, Op. 123 –Peter Van de Velda (1891 Schyven/Our Lady’s Cathedral, Antwerp, Belgium) Aeolus 10711.

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