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The Queen of the Baroque Organs in Southern Germany


Günther Fetz at the Weingarten Organ

order no.: EC 150
EAN 9 004409 001508
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An absolute ideal programme and delights us all with his absolute command of the very awkward console. This is absolutely the most memorable Weingarten recording I have heard.”
Roger Fisher in Organist’s Review (GB)

“The program selected by the performer for this monumental instrument truly conveys to the listener the greatest possible palette of tonal effects in that it takes into consideration in the best possible manner the indispensable relationship of the music to the style of the instrument.”
Jean Ferrard, Le Magazine de l’Orgue (B)

“The intensive activities of Günther Fetz have led this great organist to numerous festivals. His great experience in the exploration of Baroque music enables a competent interpretation and very colorful registrations that bewitch us when we listen to the Ciacona in F Minor by Pachelbel or Böhm’s Partita ‘Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele’. In a word: This is a very beautiful recording on a very beautiful organ.”
Monique Soret, L’Orgue Normand (F)

“A legendary instrument by Gabler ... a rich and delicious dessert. Listen to it. All commentary is superfluous.”
L’Orgue Francophone (F)

works:
Georg Böhm (1661–1733) Präludium, Fuge und Postludium in g und Choralpartita „Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele“
Ferdinand Tobias Richter (1649–1711) Toccatina und Capriccio in d
Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706) Ciacona in f – Fuga in C – Aria Sebaldina
Bernardo Pasquini (1637–1710) Der Kuckuck
Alessandro Poglietti (?–1683) Aria bizzara del Rossignolo
Georg Muffat (1653–1704) Toccata prima aus Apparatus musico-organisticus.


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