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Franz Liszt: Sonate pour orgue – Missa Choralis

Benjamin Righetti, Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande, Renaud Bouvier, Dominique Tille

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Grande Sonate pour le pianoforte, S. 178 (Arr by Benjamin Righetti)
Franz Liszt; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier; Dominique Tille; Benjamin Righetti
33:10
Missa Choralis pour choeur et orgue, S. 10  
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I. Kyrie
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier
5:41
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II. Gloria
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier
4:17
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III. Credo
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier
6:39
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IV. Sanctus
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier
1:49
1.6
V. Benedictus
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier
4:53
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VI. Agnus Dei
Franz Liszt; Benjamin Righetti; Académie Vocale de Suisse Romande; Renaud Bouvier; Dominique Tille
5:41
Total Playing Time    62:10
While in this year 2011 each of us measures Franz Liszt's impact on the 200 years that have passed since birth, two well-known sentences could sum up the thoughts that guided Righetti's own journey on this subject. First of all, Richard Wagner, saying of Liszt: "He can never confine himself to reproducing. Everything in him tends to pure, absolute creation." And then Liszt himself, maybe even synthesizing the same idea by saying simply: "For me everything is future." In approaching the Lisztian repertoire and in light of these quotations, it is interesting to ask what is probably the fundamental question of any interpreter: what sound reality is hidden behind these written pages, transmitted from the past? Indeed, it must be remembered that from one era to another, from one personality to another. Performed here by Benjamin Righetti - Concertist and pedagogue; the titular organist of Saint-François in Lausanne; and professor of organ of the Conservatory and the High School of Music (HEMU) of Lausanne - these questions are delicately answered with expertise and finesse.
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