More Winds from Aeolus

Pipedreams 2016-05-06


Tune in Sunday at 11 pm, as host Michael Barone invites Christoph Frommen, a producer at the label Aeolus, to discuss several of his recent recordings. In between a sampling of performances, Frummen discusses the thinking behind the selection of specific instruments for certain works and other considerations for his albums.

Program Playlist:

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: Allein Gott in der Höh (299) and Fantasia Chromatica in D (258)  Léon Berben (1521 Anonymous/Grote Kerk, Oosthuizen, The Netherlands; 1624 Scherer/St. Stephanuskirche, Tangermünde, Germany) Aeolus

Joseph Guy Ropartz: Invocation a César Franck (1916). Kurt Lueders (1914 Mutin-Cavaillé-Coll/Eglise Saint-Pierre, Douai, France) Aeolus

Georges Krieger: "Toccata" (1914) Kurt Lueders (1914 Mutin-Cavaillé-Coll/Eglise Saint-Pierre, Douai, France) Aeolus

Théodore Dubois: Tantum Ergo (1894) and Melodie religieuse (1888) Katia Velletaz, soprano; Baptiste Lopez, violin; Clara Izambert, harp; Mathieu Serrano, contrabass; Diego Innocenzi(1865 Cavaillé-Coll/Eglise Saint-Jacques du Haut-Pas, Paris) Aeolus

Charles-Marie Widor: Praeludium circulare and Finale, from Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 13 Martin Bambauer (1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris, France) Aeolus


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Date tagged:

05/06/2016, 05:29

Date published:

04/24/2016, 00:00