The fourth CD is Bach again, but played on the fine organ of the Domkirke, Roskilde. Gershwin and Bernstein Improvised Release Date: December 2012 Wayne Marshall is famous throughout the world both for his improvisations and for his interpretations of the composition of Gershwin and Bernstein.Here he brings these two talents together, producing spellbinding improvisations on much-loved themes from the work of these master composers. "LRN" refers to the Pre-1964 Legislative Route Number. "I" refers to an Eisenhower Interstate signed route."Route" usually indicates a state shield signed route, but said route may be signed as US or I.
The instrument was almost completely destroyed in the Second World War, but some pipework was saved.
This has been incorporated into an otherwise recreated organ by Flentrop - sponsors of our Alkmaar DVD - and the result is magnificent.
There is no better organist than Sietze, who played on all five CDs of our Pronkjuwelen boxed set, to put an instrument like this through its paces.
fugue state records Following the success of the DVDs released by Fugue State Films, high quality audio recordings will be released on CD by Fugue State Records.
We now have nine CDs including recordings of the organs of St George's, Hanover Square, the Katharinenkirche in Hamburg and the Martinikerk in Groningen as well as Louis Couperin harpsichord works and Wayne Marshall's improvisations on Gershwin and Bernstein.