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GM 7386

Tongues Of Fire

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

The State Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of Novosibirsk


Rainer Held


Rainer Held

conductor

Martin Heini


Martin Heini

organ

Mario Schubiger

percussion

Mario Schubiger

timpani

Venue:

Pfarrkirche St Katharina Horw, Switzerland

30,31 Jan & 1 Feb 2012

Producer:

Michael Ponder



Engineer:

Michael Ponder



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Organ


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 73:44
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CARL RUTTI

 

Concerto for Organ, Strings and Percussion

 
1 I Allegro 7:19
2 II Adagio 8:07
3 III Amsel - Scherzino 1:46
4 IV Variationen - Variations on the carol 'A Patre unigenitus' 9:08
 Martin Heini organ
 Mario Schubiger percussion
 Rainer Held conductor
5 

Tongues of Fire

6:59
 Martin Heini
 

ANTON ARENSKY

 

Variations on a theme of Tchaikovsky, Op.35a

 
6 Theme - Moderato 1:23
7 Var. I - Un poco piu moderato 2:02
8 Var. II - Allegro non troppo 1:07
9 Var. III - Andantino tranquillo 2:13
10 Var. IV - Vivace 1:31
11 Var. V - Andante 3:05
12 Var. VI - Allegro con spirito 1:27
13 Var. VII - Andante con moto 1:46
14 Coda - Moderato 2:10
 Rainer Held
 

FRANCIS POULENC

15 

Concerto for Organ, Timpani & Strings in G minor

23:41
 Martin Heini
 Mario Schubiger timpani
   


This album brings together Poulenc’s ever-popular Organ Concerto, Anton Arensky’s luscious Variations on a theme of Tschaikovsky (written in memory of the composer just after his death) and a new organ concerto by Carl Rütti. Rütti’s concerto offers ample proof why he is one of Switzerland’s most popular classical composers today, with its rhythmic drive, melodic invention and skilful orchestration. His ‘Blackbird Scherzino’ movement showcases Rütti’s love of birdsong, here brilliantly depicted by the organ together with two solo violins, temple blocks and cymbals. Martin Heini brings the organ part of the Rütti and Poulenc concertos vividly to life, and is accompanied subtly by the virtuosic State Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of Novosibirsk under Rainer Held.

"When I first saw the cover of this, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. Then I listened to it and found that it contains one of my favorite things: exciting, powerful music that’s exceptionally well played. It turned out to be one of my favorites in this batch of discs..."

Lawrence Hansen - American Record Guide - May/June 2013


"...Heini is a true virtuoso for whom Rütti’s exacting demands seem second nature, while the music seems such a perfect fit on the splendid 1996 Goll organ at Horw, near Lucerne, that it is difficult to imagine it working so well elsewhere, especially given such a tremendously vivid recorded sound ... stupendous performance of a new concerto which demands to be heard."
 
Marc Rochester - Gramophone magazine - Christmas Special edition - December 2012

"Of immediate interest here is the firat recording of Carl Rütti’s gloriously dramatic Concerto for Organ, Strings and Percussion, thrillingly played with combustable flair by Martin heini... Vivid recorded sound adds to the considerable pleasure." *****

Michael Quinn - Choir & Organ magazine - September/October 2012




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