2001 Klais/Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England
2001 Klais/Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England

Altered States #2216

. . . studies in the transformation of a simple theme into exquisite tapestries of tone.

Hour One

HUGO DISTLERPartita, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, Op. 8, no. 2Johannes Hämmerle (1976 Metzler/St. Nikolaus Cathedral, Feldkirch, Austria) Ambiente 2033

J. S. BACHPartita, Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen, BWV 770Cristina Garcia Banegas (1739 Trost/Altenburg Castle, Germany) DMP Records 140332

JEHAN ALAINVariations on Lucis CreatorHelga Schauerte (1984 Woehl/St. Remigius, Viersen, Germany) Motette 11311

RACHEL LAURIN:  Sweelinck Variations, Op. 96 –Thomas Trotter (2001 Klais/Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England) Regent 566

Filler – BACH (see above)

Hour Two

ERNST PEPPING:  3 Variations on Vom Himmel hochGeorge Bozeman (1974 Rieger/St. James Episcopal Church, Richmond, VA) Raven 173

DAVID PADRÓSDiferencies sobre un tema popular mallorquiJuan de la Rubia (2010 Balncafort/Montserrat Abbey, Spain) Trito 088

SIETZE DE VRIES:  Partita, Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetanSietze de Vries (1996 Kögler/Engelszell Abbey, Engelhartsze0ll, Austria) Kögler 2008

FRANZ LISZTVariations on a Theme of Bach (Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen)Helmut Deutsch (1930 Walcker-1979 Schuke/Versöhnungskirche, Volklingen, Germany) Audite 97.477

Filler – LAURIN (see above)

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