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SharonRose Pfeiffer

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Larry King; SharonRose Pfeiffer
Organ Symphony No. 6 in G Minor, Op. 42, No. 2  
I. Allegro
Charles-Marie Widor; SharonRose Pfeiffer
VII. Penitence and Realization
Petr Eben; SharonRose Pfeiffer
18 Chorales, BWV 651-668, "Leipziger Chorale"  
Fantasia super Komm heiliger Geist, BWV 651
Johann Sebastian Bach; SharonRose Pfeiffer
Messe de la Pentecote (Whitsun Mass)  
Sortie: Le vent de l'Esprit
Olivier Messiaen; SharonRose Pfeiffer
Organ Sonata in C Minor, "Psalm 94"
Julius Reubke; SharonRose Pfeiffer
Total Playing Time    70:32
Organist SharonRose Pfeiffer performs works by master composers from the Baroque to the twentieth century with this release of works performed on the unique organ of the Church of the Transfiguration in Orleans, Massachusetts. Pfeiffer brings her profoundly sensitive playing style to this extraordinary instrument whose pipes line the north and south side aisles of the church, allowing the entire building to sing.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – Paraclete Recordings Studio Masters

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