1871 Ladegast organ at Schweriner Dom, Germany
1871 Ladegast organ at Schweriner Dom, Germany

Another Liszt List #0645

Exemplary scores by a titan of the keyboard who liberated the organ in ways we are only beginning to fully appreciate.

FRANZ LISZT: Prelude & Fugue on the Name of Bach, 1856 version –Yves Rechsteiner (1871 Ladegast/Schweriner Dom, Schwerin, Germany) Alpha 059

FRANZ LISZT (arranged by Harris): Eglogue, from Années de Pelerinage –Thomas Murray (1929 Skinner/Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT) Gothic G49054

FRANZ LISZT: Hosannah –Zsuzsa Elekes (1981 Lobback/Herz-Jesu Church, Bremerhaven-Lehe, Germany) Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 606 0567

FRANZ LISZT: Offertory, from Hungarian Coronation Mass –Martin Haselböck (1852 Ladegast/St. Peter Church, Hohenmölsen, Germany) NCA 60151-215

J.S. BACH (arranged by Franz Liszt): Introduction & Fugue, from Cantata Number 21, Ich hatte viel BekümmernisEdgar Krapp (1993 Jann/Bambert Concert Hall, Germany) Calig CD-50934

FRANZ LISZT: Angelus! Priere aux anges gardiens –Jared Johnson (1926 Skinner/Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian, Detroit, MI) JAV CD-133

FRANZ LISZT (arranged by Laurin): Sonata in b –Rachel Laurin (1960 Beckerath/Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec, Canada) Motette CD MOT 12621