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Organ Sensation: Liszt - Vierne - Guilmant - Rheinberger

Felix Hell

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Organ Sonata No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 42  
1.1
I. Introduction and Allegro
Alexandre Guilmant; Felix Hell
8:19
1.2
II. Pastorale
Alexandre Guilmant; Felix Hell
8:24
1.3
III. Final
Alexandre Guilmant; Felix Hell
7:26
12 Character Pieces, Op. 156  
1.4
No. 10. Evening Peace in D Major
Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger; Felix Hell
4:11
Organ Symphony No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 14  
1.5
VI. Final
Louis Vierne; Felix Hell
5:41
1.6
Prelude and Fugue on the name B-A-C-H, S260/R381
Franz Liszt; Felix Hell
2:18
1.7
Fantasy and Fugue on the Chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam by G. Meyerbeer, S259/R380
Franz Liszt; Felix Hell
28:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:36
This 2006 release brilliantly captures young German organist Felix Hell and the spectacular sounds of the massive Schoenstein Organ of First-Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska. Hell is one of the most exciting and remarkable players today; his virtuosity, dazzling technique and profound understanding of the music on this programme is all the more remarkable in a musician who was only 17 years old when this was produced! Hell's talent is fully on display on some of the greatest of the organ masterworks by Liszt, Guilmant, Vierne and Rheinberger.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reference Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded: June 26–27, 2002 at the First-Plymouth Congregational Church, UCC, Lincoln, Nebraska
Producer: J. Tamblyn Henderson, Jr.
Recording Engineer: Keith O. Johnson
Executive Producers: Marcia Martin and JTH
Editing / Mastering: Paul Stubblebine and JTH
Design: Bill Roarty and JTH
Photos: David Dale Photography
Organ Technician: Ed Zollman

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