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200 Jahre Franz Liszt: Facetten seiner Orgelmusik

Denny Ph. Wilke

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1.1
Präludium und Fuge über den Namen BACH, S. 260/1
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
16:01
Missa pro organo lectarum celebrationi missarum adjumento inserviens, S. 264  
1.2
Kyrie
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
2:02
1.3
Gloria
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
3:51
1.4
Graduale
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
1:43
1.5
Credo
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
3:37
1.6
Offertorium
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
2:00
1.7
Sanctus
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
2:49
1.8
Benedictus
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
2:55
1.9
Agnus dei
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
2:50
1.10
Ave Maria d'Arcadelt, S. 183/2
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
4:57
1.11
Variations on the Theme from Cantata "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen" by Bach, S. 180
Franz Liszt; Denny Ph. Wilke
22:22
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:07
Organist Denny Ph. Wilke commemorates the 200th birthday of Franz Liszt presenting the many facets of the composer's organ works. In addition to Prelude and Fugue on the name BACH, the programme includes the Missa pro Organum as well as Ave Maria d'Arcadelt, which displays a completely different side of Liszt compositions.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PASCHENrecords Studio Masters

Recording: September 2011 , St. Marienkirche Barth, Germany Recording Supervisor: Sebastian Paschen Organ Assistant: Jobst-Hinrich Zimmermann Tuning: Johann-Gottfried Schmidt Booklet Editing: Sebastian Paschen English Translation: Sarah Wang Photography: Martin Schmidtke, Bernd Rickelt Graphic Design: Franziska Hölzel

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