1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris
1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris

From Here and There #2143

. . . a ‘host’s choice’ potpourri of unusual and arresting recordings sure to capture your attention.

Hour One

GIACOMO PUCCINI4 Sonatas (Nos. 10-7-2-15) and a March in GLiuwe Tamminga (1903 Tronci/San Pietro Somaldi, Lucca, Italy & 1869 Landucci/San Lorenzo, Farnetta, Italy) Passcaille 1029

BELA BARTÓK (trans. Tabajdi):  Dance SuiteAdam Tabajdi (1997 Kern/Concert Hall, Sapporo, Japan) Sapporo Concert Hall 021

LOUIS VIERNEEpitaphe, fr Pieces en Style Libre, Op. 31, no. 4 –Scott Farrell (1905 Walker-1989 Mander/Rochester Cathedral, England) Regent 507

VIERNEFinal, fr Symphony No. 5 in a, Op. 47Stephen Tharp (1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris, France) Aeolus 11191

Filler – PUCCINI: Sonata No. 12 (see above)

 

Hour Two

NAJI HAKIMEsquisses GrégoriennesDavid von Behren (1997 Schoenstein/1st-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, NE) First-Plymouth 10122

CÉSAR FRANCKLarghetto, fr String Quartet in DPeter Van de Velde (1891 Schyven/Our Lady’s Cathedral, Antwerp, Belgium) Aeolus 11211

BENOIT MERNIERConcerto for Organ (premiere) –Belgian National Orchestra/Hugh Wolff; Olivier Latry (1930 Stevens-2017 Westenfelder/Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium) Cypres 4649

Filler –  MERNIER (see above)

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