1993 Wilhelm organ, Opus 129, at Église Très-Saint-Rédempteur, Montréal,...
1993 Wilhelm organ, Opus 129, at Église Très-Saint-Rédempteur, Montréal,...

Sonata for Everyone! #2034

. . . from Baroque beginnings to contemporary realizations, this ‘classical’ format serves all.

Hour One

DOMENICO SCARLATTISonata in D, K. 288Vincent Boucher (1993 Wilhelm/Tres Saint Rédemptor Church, Montreal, Quebec) ATMA 2341

BENEDETTO MARCELLOSonata No. 5 in d –Alessandro Casari (1855 Tonoli/Chiesa de San Lorenzo Martire, Carzago della Riviera, Italy) Stradivarius 33679

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORDSonata No. 5, Op. 159Bruce Neswick (1953 Aeolian-Skinner/Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY) Pro Organo 7251

FRANCIS GRIERSonata (1989)Tom Winpenny (1962-2009 Harrison/St. Albans Abbey, England) Willowhayne 051

Filler – MARCELLO: Sonata No. 5, 2nd movement (see above)

Hour Two

DOMENICO SCARLATTI:  2 Sonatas (K. 525 in F & K. 69 in f) –Vincent Boucher (1993 Wilhelm/Tres Saint Rédemptor Church, Montreal, Quebec) ATMA 2341

HEINZ WUNDERLICHSonata on a Single Theme (1956)Heinz Wunderlich (1980 Tzschöckel/Münster St. Michael, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany) Organum CD-210034 (OHS)

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS:  Sonata in B-flat –Felix Friedrich (2001 Eule/Zeitz Cathedral, Germany) Querstand 1123

LUDWIG THUILLESonata in a, Op. 2Klaus Linsenmeyer (1904 Maerz/Augsburg Cathedral, Germany) Motette 11151

Filler – STANFORD (see above)

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