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Tod, Reinecke, Thuille & Ritter: Organ Works

Jan Lehtola, Tuulia Ylönen, Petri Komulainen

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Organ Sonata in A Minor, Op. 2  
1
I. Praeludium
Ludwig Thuille; Jan Lehtola
6:50
2
II. Andante
Ludwig Thuille; Jan Lehtola
3:57
3
III. Fugue
Ludwig Thuille; Jan Lehtola
7:43
Organ Sonata in G Minor, Op. 284  
4
I. Allegro serioso in tempo moderato
Carl Reinecke; Jan Lehtola
4:39
5
II. Lento
Carl Reinecke; Jan Lehtola
3:53
6
III. Allegro - Maestoso
Carl Reinecke; Jan Lehtola
5:46
7
Wie schön leucht't uns der Morgenstern, Op. 4
Eduard Adolf Tod; Tuulia Ylönen; Jan Lehtola
11:34
8
Introduction und Fuge über das Benedicamus Domino
Eduard Adolf Tod; Jan Lehtola
4:16
Organ Sonata in B-Flat Major, Op. 3  
9
I. Allegro
Eduard Adolf Tod; Jan Lehtola
4:20
10
II. Allegretto
Eduard Adolf Tod; Jan Lehtola
3:34
11
III. Adagio
Eduard Adolf Tod; Jan Lehtola
3:01
12
IV. Fugue
Eduard Adolf Tod; Jan Lehtola
3:36
13
Andante religioso, Op. 10
Eduard Adolf Tod; Petri Komulainen; Jan Lehtola
4:37
14
Organ Sonata No. 3 in A Minor, Op. 23
August Gottfried Ritter; Jan Lehtola
19:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:27:22
In his short life (1839–72) Eduard Adolf Tod garnered a reputation as one of the finest organists of the day: Liszt praised his playing, and he gave a recital in the Royal Albert Hall in the very year of its opening. Most of Tod’s handful of works for the organ – solo and as a duo partner – have not been recorded before; here they are joined by three other little-known German organ sonatas to give an overview of the genre as it evolved from its well-behaved Mendelssohnian origins into late-Romantic grandeur.
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