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Organ Recital: Haselbock, Martin - KRENEK, E. / LIGETI, G. / HALFFTER, C. / SCHNITTKE, A. / DURKO, Z. / BISCHOF, R.

Organ Recital: Haselbock, Martin - KRENEK, E. / LIGETI, G. / HALFFTER, C. / SCHNITTKE, A. / DURKO, Z. / BISCHOF, R.

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Martin Haselbock

Soloist

Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 71:05
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Organ Recital: Haselbock, Martin - KRENEK, E. / LIGETI, G. / HALFFTER, C. / SCHNITTKE, A. / DURKO, Z. / BISCHOF, R.

     
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ERNST KRENEK

 

4 Winds, Op. 223

 
1 No. 1. Euros 5:46
     
2 No. 2. Notos 3:09
     
3 No. 3. Zephyros 3:12
     
4 No. 4. Boreas 3:59
     
 

GYORGY LIGETI

 

2 Etudes

 
5 No. 1. Harmonies 11:40
     
6 No. 2. Coulee 3:33
     
 

CRISTOBAL HALFFTER

7 

Ricercare

13:41
     
 

ALFRED SCHNITTKE

 

2 Short Pieces

 
8 No. 1. quarter note = 56 4:09
     
9 No. 2. — 3:12
     
 

ZSOLT DURKO

10 

Andromeda

8:36
     
 

RAINER BISCHOF

11 

Cadenza, Op. 19, No. 2

10:08
     
 Martin Haselbock Soloist


Martin Haselböck’s reputation as an excellent european virtuoso has once again been confirmed recently by his exciting recording of the complete works of Liszt. Haselböck has always been extremely interested in working together with leading composers of our time. Apart from Ernst Krenek, who was inspired by Haselböck to compose various organ works, that now belong to the repertoire of a number of organists, numerous composers such as Alfred Schnittke, Christóbel Halffter, Rainer Bischof or Zsolt Durkó have dedicated organ pieces to Martin Haselböck. 

This particular recording presents a selection from his extensive repertoire of contemporary composers and includes compositions, which eminate from intense meetings between the artist and composers, who were invaluable and inspirational to the young organist, Haselböck, at the end of the seventies and early eighties. 

The title of the recording is derived from the "Étude No.1: Harmonies" from György Ligelti (1967), from which one can genuinely say, that this piece along with the other études became a central work in the development of a new organ style.

Indeed the works of the other composers prove that the " queen of instruments" can once again uphold it´s status in contemporary music.

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