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Nilsson: Septem improvisationes pro organo, Op. 27 & Deuteroskopi, Op. 46

Torsten Nilsson, Gotthard Arnér, Karl-Erik Welin, Alf Linder

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7 Improvisationes (7 Improvisations), Op. 27  
1.1
No. 1. Magnificat
Torsten Nilsson; Torsten Nilsson
12:34
1.2
No. 2. Nativitas Domini
Torsten Nilsson; Gotthard Arnér
7:30
1.3
No. 3. Epiphania
Torsten Nilsson; Karl-Erik Welin
12:58
1.4
No. 4. Crucifigatur
Torsten Nilsson; Karl-Erik Welin
5:26
2.1
No. 5. Resurrexit
Torsten Nilsson; Torsten Nilsson
10:01
2.2
No. 6. Ascensio
Torsten Nilsson; Alf Linder
7:13
2.3
No. 7. Linguae Tamquam Ignis
Torsten Nilsson; Gotthard Arnér
8:51
2.4
Deuteroskopi, Op. 46
Torsten Nilsson; Alf Linder
8:55
Total Playing Time    73:28
Seven Improvisations for Organ brings together four of Sweden's best organists, including the composer himself, Torsten Nilsson, to perform this organ music influenced by the religious calendar.
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