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FAHRMANN, H.: Organ Sonata No. 8 / FULLER, D.: Meistersinger-Triptych (after Wagner) (Fuller)

FAHRMANN, H.: Organ Sonata No. 8 / FULLER, D.: Meistersinger-Triptych (after Wagner) (Fuller)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011


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David Fuller

Soloist

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Total Time - 64:42
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FAHRMANN, H.: Organ Sonata No. 8 / FULLER, D.: Meistersinger-Triptych (after Wagner) (Fuller)

     
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HANS FAHRMANN

 

Organ Sonata No. 8 in E flat major, Op. 46

 
1 I. Lento ma non ttroppo 4:35
     
2 II. Allegro risoluto 10:28
     
3 III. Adagio sostenuto 7:13
     
4 IV. Moderato con moto: Fuga 13:20
     
 

DAVID FULLER

 

Meistersinger-Triptych (after Wagner)

 
5 Act III: Prelude 7:53
     
6 Act III: Morgenlich leuchtend in rosigem Schein, "Walther's Prize Song" 9:51
     
7 Act I: Prelude 11:22
     
 David Fuller Soloist


World Premiere Recording! A contemporary of Max Reger, Hans Fährmann wrote monumental - and monumentally difficult - works for vast organs in which the display of contrapuntal mastery was a central feature. This first recording of his eighth sonata is accompanied by another first: a triptych arranged from Wagner’s Meistersinger. David Fuller plays the large symphonic Fisk organ of SUNY-Buffalo.
 

"...While I don’t especially like organ transcriptions, these are uniformly well done, without any cute new twists thrown in by the arranger. The clarity of the transcriptions and the familiarity of the music make these concluding pieces a somewhat welcome respite from the density of the Fährmann. Engineering is excellent and Fuller outdoes himself in the final Prelude to Act 1 with all-stops-out bravura."

 Metz - American Record Guide - January/February 2003


"...His [Fuller] performance of the Fährmann piece... is well worth the price of admission, and thus earns my warmest recommendations. The sound is well balanced, clear, and sumptuous without sacrificing linear clarity, once again showing the great strides in organ recording that have been achieved of late."

Zagorski - Fanfare Magazine - January/February 2003




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