1997 Klais/Bath Abbey, England
1997 Klais/Bath Abbey, England

Stringing Along #2123

. . . the combination of pipe organ and stringed instruments plays to the strengths of each.

Hour One

ARCANGELO CORELLIViolin Sonata in E, Op. 5, no. 11Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider, violin; Ulrik Spang-Hanssen (2005 Klop/Hendriksholm Church, Copenhagen, Denmark) Bridge 9371

JOSEF RHEINBERGERTheme & Variations, Op. 150, no. 1Michal Sobieski, violin; James Biery (1963 Aeolian-Skinner/Cathedral of St. Paul, St. Paul, MN) Soundmaster 8631

MARK WINGESNight VoicedEllen Ruth Rose, viola; Mark Winges (1967 Swain & Kates-1989 McNeil/St. Ignatius Church, San Francisco, CA) Ravello 7880

MARCEL DUPRÉ:  Sonata for Cello and Organ, Op. 60Thibaut Reznicek, cello; Quentin Guérillot (1864 Cavaillé-Coll/Abbaye de Royaumont. France) Initiale 2020

OTTORINO RESPIGHICantico, fr Suite in G for Organ and StringsBBC National Orchestra of Wales/François Roth; Peter King (1997 Klais/Bath Abbey, England) Regent 257

Filler – DUPRE 1st movement (see above)

Hour Two

ENRICO BOSSIAdagio for Violin and Organ, Op. 84César Velev, violin; Domenico Severin (1928 Rickenbach/Church of St. Etienne, Cernay, France) Syrius 141441

HEINRICH IGNAZ FRANZ von BIBERMystery Sonata No. 12 in C (Ascension)Leah Gale Nelson, violin; Motomi Igarashi, violone; Dongsok Shin (1986 Klop) Lyrichord 8079

GEORG ARÁNY-ASCHNER:  Recitative & Aria for Viola and Organ –Herbert Kefer, viola; Ulrike Theresia Wegele (Rieger/St. Margaret Church, Horitschon, Austria) KUB 2005

ANTONIO VIVALDI (trans. Boucher):  Cello Concerto in d, RV 541Benoit Loiselle, cello; Vincent Boucher (1973 Wilhelm/St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) ATMA Classique 2568

CHARLES CAMILLERI:  Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani –Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Julian Clayton; Kevin Bowyer (1956 Harrison/Colston Hall, Bristol, England) ASV 1011

Filler – RESPIGHI (see above)

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