1888 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sernin Basilica, Toulouse, France
1888 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sernin Basilica, Toulouse, France

More Fantasy Pieces #2141

. . . in which composers and performers let their imaginations run free.

Hour One

ANTONIO VALENTEFantasia in Mode 1Arnaud de Pasquale (1547 Anonymous/Church of St. Francis of Assisi/Castelbuono, Sicily) Harmonia Mundi 905331

JEHAN ALAINDeuxiemme FantasieGillian Weir (1954 Harrison/Royal Festival Hall, London, England) Decca 484.1450

GIUSEPPE ROMANO:  Fantasia on Verdi’s La Traviata, Op. 83Liuwe Tamminga (1778 Cavalletti-1862 Cavalli-2011 Giani/St. Peter’s Church, Saliceto di Cadeo, Italy) Passacaille 985

MARIAN SAWAFantazja Jasnogörska (1996) –Carson Cooman (2014 Fleiter, via Hauptwerk/St. Ludgerus Church, Billerbeck, Germany) Divine Art 25219

GEORGES BIZET (arr. Strony):  Carmen Fantasy –Walt Strony (1949 Aeolian-Skinner/1st Presbyterian Church, Kilgore, TX) East Texas Pipe Organ Festival 94303

MARCO den TOOM:  Fantasy on A word goes through the world (Door de wereld gaat een woord) –Marco den Toom (1743 Hinsz/Bovenkerk, Kampen, Netherlands) Cum Laude Classics 71033

Filler – J. S. BACH:  Fantasy in C, BWV 570 –Ewald Kooiman (1732 Andreas Silbermann/Ebersmünster Abbey, Alsace, France) Aeolus 10761


Hour Two

MATTHIAS WECKMANNFantasia ex DLéon Berben (1637 Stellwagen/St. Jacobi Church, Lübeck, Germany) Aeolus 11261

JEHAN ALAINPremiere FantasieChristophe Mantoux (1890 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Ouen Abbey, Rouen, France) Raven 163

CARSON COOMANFantasia canonica, Op. 1342 (2019)Erik Simmons (2014 Fleiter, via Hauptwerk/St. Ludgerus Church, Billerbeck, Germany) Divine Art 25218

BACHFantasia in c, BWV 1121Cristina Garcia Banegas (1739 Trost/Castle Church, Altenburg, Germany) DVG 140332

CÉSAR FRANCKFantasie in AGillian Weir (1888 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sernin Basilica, Toulouse, France) Decca 484.1451

SAMUEL ROSSEAUFantasy in e, Op. 73Maurice Clement (1870 Dalstein & Haerpfer/2016 Thomas/St. Laurentius Church, Diekirch, Luxembourg) Aeolus 11141

Filler –  ROMANO (see above)

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