2007 Casavant/St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN
2007 Casavant/St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN
Casavant Frères

Some Savory Sonatas #2125

. . . a classical form invented by Italians and perfected by Austro-Germans is embraced by everyone.

Hour One

DOMENICO SCARLATTI:  2 Sonatas in D (K. 33 & 430) –Marco Ruggeri (1784 Traeri/Collegiate Church, Gualtieri, Italy) MV Cremona 008-022

FELIX MENDELSSOHNSonata in f, Op. 65, no. 1W. Randolph Bourne (1977 Brunzema-Casavant/Maternity of Mary Church, Saint Paul, MN) Ten Thousand Lakes 113

AUGUST GOTTFRIED RITTERSonata No. 2 in e, Op. 19Rhonda Sider Edgington (2012 Wahl/Augustana Lutheran Church, Hyde Park, Chicago, IL) Edgington 99752

PAUL HINDEMITHSonata No. 2Stephen Cleobury (1968 Harrison/King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, England) Priory 185

W. A. MOZART (trans. Szathmáry):  Festival Sonata in D, K. 144Zsigmond Szathmáry (1994 Metzler/St. Martin’s Church, Staufen, Germany) Carus 18.067/99

Filler – SCARLATTI (see above)


Hour Two

BERNARDO LUCCHINETTISonata for Two OrgansTomás Flégr & Michal Novenko (1723 Richborn & 1773 Anonymous/Church of St. John, Orotava, Canary Islands) Priory 1032

LUIGI CHERUBINISonata for Two OrgansAndrea Marcon & Luca Scandali (2002 Zanin & Metzler/Duomo Monza, Italy) Motette 13361

DAN LOCKLAIRThe Aeolian SonataMarilyn Keiser (2007 Casavant/St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN) Loft 1112

SCARLATTISonata in d, K. 34Gaetano Magarelli (1756 Simone/St. Dominic Church, Molfetta, Italy) Digressione Music 62

JAMES H. ROGERSSonata No. 3 in B-flatCharles Echols (1927 Casavant-2001 Schantz/St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Mahtomedi, MN) Raven 978 

Filler – MENDELSSOHN (see above)

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