Концерт состоялся 27 October 2018 года
Music of the World's Cathedrals
Fandango for organ
The concert featured:
Programme: F. Correa de Arauxo, J. Cabanilles, D. Buxtehude, F. Liszt, C. Saint-Saëns, S. Rachmaninov, G. Fauré, J. Alain and more
Spanish organ music is something absolutely special. Though Spain doesn’t like virtuoso pedal solos, organists have never lacked temperament even since the times of Columbus.
Loreto Aramendi, organist of the basilica of San Sebastián, town of yacht racing and children’s drum festivals, brings to Moscow the music of her favourite composers. One of them is Sergey Rakhmaninov. How will he sound in Spanish? She will also play pieces by Ditrich Buxtehude, Franz Liszt and Camille Saint-Saëns. Of course, Spanish music, Baroque and contemporary, will not be forgotten either.
Toccata BUX WV 156
Prelude in cis-moll (transcribed by L. Vierne)
“Funérailles” from “Harmonies poétiques et religieuses” (transcribed by L. Robilliard)
Danse macabre (transcribed by L. Robilliard)
Prélude et Sicilienne from “Pelléas et Mélisande” (transcribed by L. Robilliard)
M. J. Marco
F. Correa de Arauxo
Segundo tiento del quarto tono
Improvisation on the theme of “Victimae paschali laudes”
Who is the recital meant for?
For those who want to listen both to classical music and to something absolutely new but at the same time familiar. A recital in the style of the Spanish dance Fandango is colourful and light!
Why shoul we go there?
Feel the music envelop you and pull forward, as if someone were guiding you in a dance! An expressive Spanish organ recital in a neo-Gothic cathedral is an unusual experience.We listened to: Kuhn Organ
Tags: Dance, Genuine organ as it should be, Get a celebrity autograph, Spain