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Organ and Harpsichord/Organ Four Hands

Günther Fetz, Helmut Binder, Imelda Natter

order no.: EC 33
EAN 9 004409 000334
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Here the organ is joined by the harpsichord, or is played four-handed. Besides late-Baroque compositions, two contemporary works for organ and harpsichord contri-bute to the listening experience of this interesting CD.

“Two truly fabulous CDs (EC 1 and EC 33) ... sincere congratulations for this successful project ... I don’t know what I should commend more: the programming of the two disks, the excellent registration, or the beautiful sound of the instruments. First and foremost, however, I have to praise your playing: light, pointed, overwhelming, convincing – and in addition, express my great admiration! And naturally I also have to congratulate you for your very good partners.”
Hans Haselböck

“Besides Günther Fetz, Helmut Binder and Imelda Natter play, and allow the compositions to reveal to us their full beauty.”
Österreichische Musikzeitschrift/Austrian Music Journal

works:
Antonio Soler (1729–1783) Concierto Nr. 3 in G-Dur für Cembalo und Orgel
Hans Haselböck (geb.1928) Variationen über ein altdeutsches Lied für Orgelpositiv und Cembalo
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732–1795)Sonata C-Dur für Orgel zu vier Händen
Johann Christian Bach (1735–1782) Quartett Opus 8 Nr. 2 in Es-Dur für Orgelpositiv und Cembalo
Bernardo Pasquini (1637–1710) Sonata für Cembalo und Orgel in d-Moll
Peter Planyavsky (geb.1947) Drei ernste Gespräche für Orgel und Cembalo.


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