Tuesday, June 23, 2009

J.G. Rheinberger: Organ Works - Wolfgang Ruebsam. Vol. 7, 8

    Artist: Wolfgang Ruebsam
    Genre: Classical, Organ
    Label: NAXOS
    File Format: eac_iso_wv_cue_log, covers 271MB+312MB


    Album: J.G. Rheinberger: Organ Works Vol. 7
    Released: 2008
    Catalog N°: 8.570314

    Successful during his lifetime as a composer in a variety of genres, Rheinberger is remembered today largely for his twenty organ sonatas and other shorter compositions for the instrument. The sonatas, composed in a bold and virtuosic style, rank among the major works composed for the ‘king of instruments’ during the nineteenth century. The Twelve Monologues, six of which are heard on this disc, range across a variety of keys and emotional moods, culminating in an elaborate setting of a chorale best known from its use in the St Matthew Passion of J.S. Bach, whose influence may also be heard in Rheinberger’s D minor Prelude and Fugue.

    Organ Sonata No. 17 in B major, Op. 181
    1. I. Fantasie 00:11:23
    2. II. Intermezzo 00:05:08
    3. III. Introduction and Fugue 00:08:27
    Prelude and Fugue in D minor, JWV 10
    4. Prelude 00:03:21
    5. Fugue 00:03:00
    6 Monologe (6 Monologues), Op. 162
    6. No. 1. Con moto in C major 00:02:25
    7. No. 2. Poco agitato in A minor 00:02:25
    8. No. 3. Andante tranquillo in E major 00:03:27
    9. No. 4. Andantino in E flat minor 00:02:48
    10. No. 5. Andante amabile in G major 00:03:28
    11. No. 6. Largo espressivo in B minor 00:03:22
    Organ Sonata No. 18 in A major, Op. 188
    12. I. Phantasie 00:06:35
    13. II. Capriccio 00:04:55
    14. III. Idylle 00:05:13
    15. IV. Finale 00:08:04
    Total Playing Time: 01:14:01
    Album: J.G. Rheinberger: Organ Works Vol. 8
    Released: 2009
    Catalog N°: 8.570315

    Although Rheinberger composed dramatic and orchestral, sacred and secular music, he is now remembered for his twenty organ sonatas and other shorter compositions for the instrument. These works, with their echoes of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Liszt and, of course, J. S. Bach, nonetheless demonstrate Rheinberger’s own finely honed melodic sense, harmonic development and clear-voiced textures. All eight volumes of Rheinberger’s Organ Works were recorded on the magnificent 72-stop, four-manual Rieger- Sauer Organ in Fulda Cathedral. For details of Volumes 1–7 please see inside this booklet.

    Organ Sonata No. 19 in G minor, Op. 193
    1. I. Praeludium 00:11:09
    2. II. Provencalisch 00:09:28
    3. III. Introduction and Finale 00:12:09
    Prelude and Fugue in C minor, JWV 16
    4. Prelude in C minor 00:03:43
    5. Fugue in C minor 00:04:46
    Organ Sonata No. 20 in F major, Op. 196, "Zur Friedensfeier"
    6. I. Praeludium 00:10:20
    7. II. Intermezzo 00:05:58
    8. III. Pastorale 00:07:36
    9. IV. Finale 00:08:59
    Total Playing Time: 01:14:08
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