Going On Record #9001

…A New Year's beginning which surveys a miscellany of new releases of organ music on compact disc. Host Michael Barone provides commentary.

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS: Chorale Preludes  Gerhard Weinberger (1750 Gabler/Abbey, Weingarten, Germany)

J.S. BACH: Prelude and Fugue in e, S. 533  Piet Kee (1725 Schnitger/St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar, Netherlands/St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar, The_Netherlands)

Mendelssohn (arr. Bossert): Prelude and Fugue in b, Op. 35, no. 3  Christoph Bossert (1850 Schoenach organ/Kastelruth Parish Church)

Schumann: Study in B, Op. 56, no. 6  Thierry Mechler (1975 Kern organ/Masevaux Parish Church, alsace)

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Fugue in B, Op. 7, no. 1  Kimberly Marshall (1888 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sernin, Toulouse, France)

: "Panflute and Organ, Live in Concert"  Gheorghe Zamfir, pahflute; Marcel Cellier, organ. Disques Cellier UCD-015 (Harmonica Mundi USA)

Hasse: Tambourin  Musica Variata Ensemble (Alternberg Cathedral)

Wolf (trans. Reger): Song, Schlaffendes Jesuskind  Bernd Weikl, bar; Martin Haselböck (St. Ursula's Church, Vienna_ Capriccio CD-10092 (Delta Music, 2008 Cotner Avenue, Suite #2, Los Angeles, CA 90225)

Francaix: Marche Triomphale  London Grabrieli Brass Ensemble; Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (All Hallows Church, London)

Madre de Deus: Fugue in D (Portuguese Music)  Dorothy de Rooij (Coimbra University organ)

Norbert Linke: Moonrise Blues  Franz Haselboeck (Krems Parish Chruch)

Willson: Til there was you, fr The Music Man  Tom Hazleton (Wurlitzer organ/Merle Norman Tower of Beauty, Sylmar, CA)

Bolt: Improvisation on The Bells of Haarlem  Klaas Bolt (1923 Adema Gallery Organ/Basiliek St. Bavo, Haarlem, The_Netherlands)

BLANCO: Concerto for Two Organs  Rupert Frieberger, Ingemar Melchersson (1989; 1993 Reil/Stiftskirche, Schlagl, Austria)

Christian Hopner: Introduction and Fugue for 4-Hands, op. 9  Theo Flury, Christian Lambour (Einsiedeln Abbey, Austria)

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Canzonetta, fr 12 Meditations, Op. 167  Wolfgang Stockmeier (1977 Kreienbrin k organ/St. Joseph Church, Osnabrueck)

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS: Chorale-prelude, Was gott tut  Gerhard Weinberger (1750 Gabler/Abbey, Weingarten, Germany)