Orgelduo Marion Krall, Lars Schwarze – Magic Music Box (2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Orgelduo Marion Krall, Lars Schwarze - Magic Music Box (2022) [FLAC, 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Orgelduo Marion Krall, Lars Schwarze
Album: Magic Music Box
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:08:14
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 1,08 GB


1-01. OrgelDuo – IV. Les entretiens de la Belle et de la Bête (05:49)
1-02. OrgelDuo – V. Le jardin féerique (03:59)
1-03. OrgelDuo – L’apprenti sorcier (Transcr. L. Schwarze for Organ 4 Hands) (13:37)
1-04. OrgelDuo – VII. Fairies and Giants (04:39)
1-05. OrgelDuo – V. The Tame Bear (02:54)
1-06. OrgelDuo – I. Introduction – II. Le jardin enchanté de Kastchei – III. Apparition de l’oiseau de feu – IV. Danse de l’oiseau de feu (10:22)
1-07. OrgelDuo – X. Khorovod des Princesses (05:06)
1-08. OrgelDuo – XVII. Berceuse – XVIII. Réveil de Kastchei – Tableau 2: XIX. Finale (08:54)
1-09. OrgelDuo – Kalliope “Magic Music Box” (12:49)

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The organ duo Marion Krall and Lars Schwarze take us to enchanted lands with their new GENUIN CD, playing their own transcriptions of great orchestral works for organ with four hands and four feet. Since the Baroque era, orchestral works have been transcribed for the organ. Even today, the instrument’s various colours make it possible to discover new, unexpected, but equally rich sounds in seemingly familiar works. The internationally awarded duo has now recorded works by Paul Dukas, Edward Elgar, Maurice Ravel and Igor Stravinsky. The contemporary contribution is the radiant tone poem Kalliope by the Austrian composer Franz Danksagmüller, which is positively overflowing with imagination. A surprising CD featuring the sound of the organ in all its grandeur and moments of true intimacy.

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