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Organ Concertos - HANDEL, G.F. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. / HAYDN, J. / HAYDN, M. / MOZART, W.A. / RHEINBERGER, J.G.

Organ Concertos - HANDEL, G.F. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. / HAYDN, J. / HAYDN, M. / MOZART, W.A. / RHEINBERGER, J.G.

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release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra

Corelli Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra

Vienna Academy Orchestra

Orchestra

Cappella Coloniensis

Orchestra

Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra

Orchestra

Wilfried Boettcher

Conductor

Max Pommer

Conductor

Martin Haselböck

Conductor

Karoly Botvay

Conductor

Hartmut Haenchen

Conductor

Mary Utiger

Conductor

Franz Lehrndorfer

Soloist

Erno Sebestyen

Soloist

Christine Schornsheim

Soloist

Roland Munch

Soloist

Istvan Ella

Soloist

Erzsebet Achim

Soloist

Gabor Lehotka

Soloist

Martin Haselböck

Soloist

Thomas Fheodoroff

Soloist

Andreas Juffinger

Soloist

Ulrich Koch

Soloist

Regine Schroder

Soloist

Klaus Kirbach

Soloist

Budapest Strings

Chamber

New Dusseldorf Court Music

Chamber

New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig

Chamber

Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 333:04
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Organ Concertos - HANDEL, G.F. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. / HAYDN, J. / HAYDN, M. / MOZART, W.A. / RHEINBERGER, J.G.

     
 

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL

 

Organ Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, Op. 4, No. 6, HWV 294

 


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1 I. Andante allegro 05:45
2 II. Larghetto 03:59
3 III. Allegro moderato 02:36
 Erzsebet Achim Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto No. 3 in G Minor, Op. 4, No. 3, HWV 291

 
4 I. Adagio 04:20
5 II. Allegro 04:11
6 III. Adagio 00:58
7 IV. Gavotte: Allegro 02:21
 Erzsebet Achim Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto No. 4 in F Major, Op. 4, No. 4, HWV 292

 
8 I. Allegro 03:47
9 II. Andante 07:05
10 III. Adagio 01:24
11 IV. Allegro 03:33
 Erzsebet Achim Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 4, No. 2, HWV 290

 
12 I. A tempo ordinario, e staccato 00:53
13 II. Allegro 04:48
14 III. Adagio, e staccato 01:01
15 IV. Allegro, ma non presto 03:58
 Erzsebet Achim Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto No. 5 in F Major, Op. 4, No. 5, HWV 293

 
16 I. Larghetto 02:21
17 II. Allegro 02:42
18 III. Alla Siciliana 01:41
19 IV. Presto 02:28
 Erzsebet Achim Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto in F Major, HWV 295, "The Cuckoo and The Nightingale"

 
20 I. Larghetto 01:59
21 II. Allegro 03:46
22 III. Larghetto 02:44
23 IV. Allegro 02:52
 Istvan Ella Soloist
     


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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

 

Organ Concerto in D Minor (after BWV 146 and BWV 188)

 
1 I. Allegro 08:39
2 II. Adagio 05:53
3 III. Allegro 08:17
 Christine Schornsheim Soloist
 Max Pommer Conductor
     
 

CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH

 

Keyboard Concerto in G Major, Wq. 34, H. 444

 
4 I. Allegro di molto (cadenza by R. Munch) 11:19
5 II. Largo 07:13
6 III. Presto 05:32
 Roland Munch Soloist
 Klaus Kirbach Soloist
 Hartmut Haenchen Conductor
     
 

Keyboard Concerto in E-Flat Major, Wq. 35, H. 446

 
7 I. Allegro moderato 06:06
8 II. Adagio sostenuto 07:38
9 III. Allegro assai 04:12
 Roland Munch Soloist
 Klaus Kirbach Soloist


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 Hartmut Haenchen Conductor
     
     
     
 

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN

 

Keyboard Concerto in C Major, Hob.XVIII:1

 
1 I. Allegro 08:06
2 II. Largo 08:45
3 III. Allegro molto 06:05
 Gabor Lehotka Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Keyboard Concerto in C Major, Hob.XVIII:5

 
4 I. Allegro moderato 05:31
5 II. Andante 03:43
6 III. Allegro 02:34
 Gabor Lehotka Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Keyboard Concerto in C Major, Hob.XVIII:8

 
7 I. Allegro moderato 05:20
8 II. Adagio 04:26
9 III. Finale: Allegro 02:35
 Gabor Lehotka Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Keyboard Concertino in C Major, Hob.XIV:11

 
10 I. Moderato 02:35
11 II. Adagio 03:45
12 III. Allegro 02:04
 Gabor Lehotka Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor
     
 

Keyboard Concertino in C Major, Hob.XIV:12

 
13 I. Allegro 04:35
14 II. Adagio 05:48
15 III. Finale: Allegro 03:18
 Gabor Lehotka Soloist
 Karoly Botvay Conductor


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MICHAEL HAYDN

 

Concerto for Organ, Viola and Strings in C Major, P. 55

 
1 I. Allegro moderato 12:07
2 II. Adagio 11:51
3 III. Prestissimo 08:37
 Franz Lehrndorfer Soloist
 Ulrich Koch Soloist
 Wilfried Boettcher Conductor
     
 

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN

 

Keyboard Concerto in C Major, Hob.XVIII:10

 
4 I. Moderato 04:36
5 II. Adagio 02:17
6 III. Allegro 03:00
 Christine Schornsheim Soloist
 Mary Utiger Conductor
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

7 

Church Sonata No. 17 in C Major, K. 336

04:23
 Martin Haselböck Soloist
 Martin Haselböck Conductor
     
8 

Church Sonata No. 7 in F Major, K. 224

04:19
 Thomas Fheodoroff Soloist
 Regine Schroder Soloist
 Martin Haselböck Conductor
     
9 

Church Sonata No. 1 in E-Flat Major, K. 67, "Epistle Sonata"

02:23
 Thomas Fheodoroff Soloist
 Regine Schroder Soloist
 Martin Haselböck Conductor
     
10 

Church Sonata No. 15 in C Major, K. 328

04:29
 Thomas Fheodoroff Soloist
 Regine Schroder Soloist
 Martin Haselböck Conductor


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JOSEPH GABRIEL RHEINBERGER

 

Organ Concerto No. 1 in F Major, Op. 137

 
1 I. Maestoso 07:47
2 II. Andante 07:38
3 III. Con moto 07:37
 Andreas Juffinger Soloist
 Hartmut Haenchen Conductor
     
 

Organ Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 177

 
4 I. Grave 09:37
5 II. Andante 08:17
6 III. Con moto 07:12
 Andreas Juffinger Soloist
 Hartmut Haenchen Conductor
     
 

Suite for Violin and Organ in C Minor, Op. 166

 
7 I. Praeludium 05:52
8 II. Canzone 05:07
9 III. Allemande 06:07
10 IV. Moto perpetuo 04:37
 Andreas Juffinger Soloist
 Erno Sebestyen Soloist
 Hartmut Haenchen Conductor
     


This 5 album set includes some of the most important and most impressive concertos for organ with instrumental accompaniment and shows us also the interesting development of this concert genre from Baroque periode to the romantic era. One of the most famous virtuoso performers of his day and age on the organ and the piano, George Frideric Handel was the first composer in the history of music to liberate the organ from its liturgical context and turn it into a concert instrument. At the first performance of his oratorio "Deborah", on March 17th, 1733, he also for the first time played one of his organ concertos as interval music on a small instrument without any pedals. Two years later, the official announcements of performances of his spiritual works were already referring to these "incidental pieces" as a special attraction for audiences seeking musical diversification. In the 18th century, particularly in its second half, very basic changes in musical life and far-reaching shifts in style occurred, having a lasting effect also on the area of organ music. The fortepiano began its victorious advance, bringing to an end the earlier predominance of the harpsichord and the organ. Pieces that are rich in harmony and full of affect changes causing tension can be more graphically presented on a pianoforte with its wider range of dynamic means than on a harpsichord. Other pieces more deliberately placing emphasis on a splendid sound and representation suggest a performance on the harpsichord whose wealth of harmonic overtones are better suited to hold their own against an orchestra and in larger halls than the comparatively intimate sound of an early Viennese pianoforte. Against this background, the organ presents itself as a moderator between both instruments. Because of its many registers, it has tonal versatility available and is able to effortlessly make itself heard due to its acoustics.Haydn definitely cannot have envisaged the type of an opulent church organ, but rather a smaller "cabinet organ" as it was found in the music rooms and small chapels of the wealthy bourgeoisie or nobility. The soloist, accompanied by a small circle of instrumentalists, was, very likely, the composer Haydn himself.

 

 

 

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