Серия: Cathedral's Eve, Music of the World's Cathedrals
В программе: J.S. Bach, B. Hambraeus, F. Cerha, M. Reger, L. Vièrne and others
Some search for inspiration in the sounds of the sea or in birds’ songs, others in high speed and wild nature. J.S. Bach couldn’t start creating music without having listened to other composers’ works. He constantly listened to and performed compositions written by his colleagues, enjoying it and learning from other composers, though most of them were far less gifted. If there was a piece he had a special liking for, he transcribed it. But his unique ways were sure to emerge even in reading sheet music.
The repertoire of Jorg-Hannes Hahn, head of the Bachchor Stuttgart and Bachorchester Stuttgart, also contains plenty of music by other authors, but his interpretation is that of a faithful disciple of Bach’s. One can tell he belongs to the great organ tradition, even when he performs French romantic organ pieces or contemporary Austrian music.
Professor at the Staatlichen Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart, Kirchenkreis Kantor for Stuttgart, artistic director of the series MUSIC AM 13 and the Bachchor Stuttgart and Bachorchester Stuttgart
Jorg-Hannes Hahn (organ, Germany)
Phantasie and Fuge on BACH op. 46
Prelude and fuge E flat major BWV 552
Nebulosa (Rondo) pro organo
Symphonie No.3, Op.28
Adagio – Final
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