Mendelssohn the Musician #0904
…we celebrate composer, recitalist, promoter, and creator of the most important organ works after Bach, on the occasion of his bicentennial: Felix Mendelssohn [1809-1847].
FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Organ Sonata in f, 3rd & 4th movements; Recitative & Allegro assai vivace –John Scott (1872 Henry Willis; 1992 Mander/Cathedral of St. Paul, London, England, UK) Hyperion CDA66491/2
Filler –FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Andante in D (see above)
FELIX MENDELSSOHN: I waited for the Lord, from Lobegesang, Opus 52  –Connor Burrowes, Edmund Hill, trebles; Choir of Saint Paul’s Cathedral, John Scott, conductor; Andrew Lucas (1872 Henry Willis; 1992 Mander/Cathedral of St. Paul, London, England, UK) Hyperion CDA66916
FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Piano Concerto Number 1 in g, Opus 25  –Robert B. Pitmen, piano; George Lamphere (1863 E.F. Walcker; 1947 Aeolian-Skinner/Methuen Music Hall, Methuen, MA) Pipedreams PD CD-1002
FELIX MENDELSSOHN (transcribed by Christoph Bossert): Prelude & Fugue in b, Opus 35, number 3  –Christoph Bossert (1850 Schönach/Kirche Sankt Peter und Paul, Kastelruth [Castelrotto], Italy) Intercord 830 860
Filler –FELIX MENDELSSOHN (transcribed by Bossert): Prelude in Ab, Opus 35, number 4 (see above)