Eduard Adolf Tod: Organ Works

In his short life (1839–72) Eduard Adolf Tod garnered a reputation as one of the finest organists of the day: Liszt praised his playing, and he gave a recital in the Royal Albert Hall in the very year of its opening. Most of Tod’s handful of works for the organ – solo and as a duo partner – have not been recorded before; here they are joined by three other little-known German organ sonatas to give an overview of the genre as it evolved from its well-behaved Mendelssohnian origins into late-Romantic grandeur.

Jan Lehtola, organ of St John’s Church, Helsinki
Tuulia Ylönen, clarinet (Track 7)
Petri Komulainen, horn (Track 13)

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Catalogue No: TOCC0505
EAN/UPC: 5060113445056
Release Date: 01.02.2019
Composer: August Ritter, Carl Reinecke, Eduard Adolf Tod, Ludwig Thuille
Artists: Jan Lehtola, Petri Komulainen, Tuulia Ylönen

Listen To This Recording:

    LUDWIG THUILLE
    Sonata in A minor, Op. 2 (1889)

  1. I Moderato
  2. II Andante
  3. III Maestoso Fuga con moto
  4. CARL REINECKE
    Sonata in G minor, Op. 284 (1909)

  5. I Allegro serioso in tempo moderato
  6. II Lento
  7. III Allegro Maestoso
  8. EDUARD ADOLF TOD

  9. Fantasie: Wie schön leucht’t uns der Morgenstern for clarinet and organ, Op. 4*
  10. Introduction und Fuge über das Benedicamus Domino (1867)*
  11. Sonata in B flat major, Op. 3 (1865)*

  12. I Allegro
  13. II Allegretto
  14. III Adagio
  15. IV Fuga
  16. Andante religioso for horn and organ, Op. 10
  17. AUGUST RITTER
    Sonata in A minor, Op. 23 (1855)

  18. Rasch Recitativo Nicht schleppend Rasch Entschlossen

*FIRST RECORDINGS


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