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LISZT, F.: Organ Music (Sutherland)

LISZT, F.: Organ Music (Sutherland)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011


Artists:

Donald S. Sutherland

Soloist

Record Label
Gothic

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Total Time - 66:30
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LISZT, F.: Organ Music (Sutherland)

 

FRANZ LISZT

Select Complete Single Disc for
     
1 

Variations on Bach's Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen and Crucifixus from the Mass in B minor, S180/R24

14:49
     
2 

Ave Maria von Arcadelt, S659/R401

5:17
     
3 

Evocation a la Chapelle Sixtine, S658/R400

10:10
     
4 

Cujus animam, S679/R410

6:18
     
5 

Fantasy and Fugue on the Chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam by G. Meyerbeer, S259/R380

29:56
     
 Donald S. Sutherland Soloist


The 1994 Lively-Fulcher organ includes significant amounts of pipework from the church’s original 1895 Carl Barckhoff.  Two 16-foot choruses on the manuals, plus a solo division with Bombarde’s and cornet, and a full pedal with two 32-foot stops provide the gravitas required by Liszt’s organ works.
 
Head of the organ faculty at Peabody, Donald Sutherland is a Liszt expert, and renders this repertoire with drama and excitment.  The addition of Lizst’s Cujus animan (a transcription Rossini’s Stabat mater) for trombone and organ is a delicious bonus. Generous acoustics put it all together in this superb recording.
 

"Sutherland is a brilliant performer with excellent line, registrations, and timing."

The American Record Guide


"....organist Donald Sutherland gave a dazzling performance…"

The Washington Post




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