Christian von Blohn – Widor: Organ Symphonies, Vol. 5 (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Christian von Blohn - Widor: Organ Symphonies, Vol. 5 (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Christian von Blohn
Album: Widor: Organ Symphonies, Vol. 5
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:16:22
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 1,27 GB

Tracklist:

01. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42 No. 1: I. Allegro vivace (10:37)
02. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42 No. 1: II. Allegro cantabile (07:53)
03. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42 No. 1: III. Andantino quasi allegretto (07:21)
04. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42 No. 1: IV. Adagio (04:54)
05. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 42 No. 1: V. Toccata. Allegro (05:28)
06. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 8 in B Major, Op. 42 No. 4: IV. Prélude (1887 Version) (04:33)
07. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42 No. 2: I. Allegro (09:20)
08. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42 No. 2: II. Adagio (07:30)
09. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42 No. 2: III. Intermezzo. Allegro (05:54)
10. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42 No. 2: IV. Cantabile (05:44)
11. Christian von Blohn – Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42 No. 2: V. Finale. Vivace (07:03)

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The personal generosity that made the Scottish composer Ronald Stevenson (1928–2015) such a warm and vibrant character extended also to his writing-desk: around a quarter of his enormous output is given over to transcriptions, mostly for piano, of music by other composers. Here he pays homage to three earlier colleagues whose music he particularly esteemed: Purcell, Delius and van Dieren. Stevenson described his version of Van Dieren’s String Quartet No. 5 (1931) as “transcribed as a piano sonata (which B. v. D. never composed)” – and thus it became the piano sonata which Stevenson himself never composed. The album ends with Stevenson’s brief but achingly beautiful harmonisation of Purcell’s The Queen’s Dolour – as exquisite an example of the transcriber’s art as anyone could wish.

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