℗ 2012 ATMA Classique
 

Elgar - Schumann - Liszt - Roger-Ducasse - Vierne - Whitlock - Dupré

Christian Lane

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1.1
Imperial March in B-Flat Major
Edward William Elgar; Christian Lane
5:51
1.2
Canon in A-Flat Major
Robert Schumann; Christian Lane
3:58
1.3
Variations on Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen and Zagen
Franz Liszt; Christian Lane
19:45
1.4
Pastorale in F Major
Jean Roger-Ducasse; Christian Lane
3:16
1.5
Clair de lune
Louis Vierne; Christian Lane
10:05
1.6
Folk Tune in F-Sharp Minor
Percy Whitlock; Christian Lane
4:02
1.7
Allegretto in E Major
Percy Whitlock; Christian Lane
2:55
1.8
Prelude and Fugue in B Major
Marcel Dupré; Christian Lane
0:34
1.9
Carillon de Westminster
Louis Vierne; Christian Lane
6:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:24
Christian Lane, one of America’s most accomplished young organists, embraces a wide range of music on this recording, with the magnificent Casavant organ at des Saints-Anges Gardiens Church in Lachine (near Montréal) as his inspiration and focus. The programme includes romantic repertoire from three traditions and comprises works by Elgar, Schumann, Liszt, Vierne and Dupré, among others.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ATMA Classique Studio Masters

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