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Günther Fetz





From Buxtehude to Boogie Woogie
... a whimsical organ portrait

Günther Fetz, Chamber Organ

order no.: EC 1
EAN 9 004409 000013
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"A special and altogether outstanding recording: witty, virtuoso, but also profound and with stylistic precision."

"One must thank Günther Fetz for the manifold possibilities that he conjured up ‘out of the box’, and can congratulate him for this wonderful recording."
Alte Musik aktuell

"When listening to the CD, which was recorded in the excellent acoustics …, it would not occur to anybody that they were hearing a small organ with ‘only’ five stops … an outstanding, full, and plastic sound that allows Fetz’ diversified art of playing and registration show itself to best advantage."
Österreichisches Orgel Forum/Austrian Organ Forum

"In a very colorful mixture of rather entertaining works, Günther Fetz demonstrates that the sonority of the organ is suitable not only for sacred purposes. Besides the original and brilliantly performed Baroque pieces ..."
Fono Forum

Franzpeter Goebels (1920–1988) Bird-Boogie
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683– 1764) Zwei Rigaudon mit Double u. Reprise, Tambourin
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676–1749) Suite du deuxieme ton
Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706) Aria Sebaldina
Dietrich Buxtehude (1637–1707) Fuga in C, Allegro (BuxWV 174)
Johann Jakob Froberger (1616–1667) Toccata in d
Hugo Distler (1908–1942) Variationen „Frisch auf, gut Gsell, laß rummer gahn“
Günther Fetz Freie Improvisation über einen kleinen Mann, der auszog, die Welt kennenzulernen.

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