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Концерт состоялся 19 November 2017 года

Series: Organists of the World

The Second International V.F. Odoevsky Organ Competition

The concert featured:

Zsigmond Szathmáry

Programme: J.S. Bach, F. Liszt, C. Franck, Z. Kodály

Franz Liszt is surely one of the most famous Hungarian composers. A virtuoso pianist, he did not neglect the king of instruments either. His organ heritage is not big, but these few pieces are among the most important 19th century organ works. The Catholic Cathedral of Moscow welcomes a star of the Hungarian organ school, Zsigmond Szathmáry. His recital features Liszt’s organ masterpieces, and who is more capable of demonstrating the grandeur of a composer’s genius than his compatriot? Maestro Szathmáry’s skillful and meaningful performance offers a new interpretation of the old masters’ works and shows the uninterrupted tradition of the European organ art from olden times to our days.

F. Liszt

“Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen”

Variationen über den Basso continuo aus der gleichnamigen Kantate von Johann Sebastian Bach

C. Franck

Choral Nr. 3 a-Moll

J.S. Bach

Präludium und Fuge e-Moll BWV 548

Z. Kodály

Tänze aus Marosszék

F. Liszt

Consolation Des-Dur

Präludium und Fuge über B-A-C-H

We listened to: Kuhn Organ

Tags: Eternal classics, Genuine organ as it should be, Hungary