Friedrich Lux (1820–95) was one of the breed of musicians who bound together musical life in nineteenth-century Germany: though he worked away from the major cities, as conductor, teacher, organist, organiser and composer, he was an indispensable element of the communities in which he worked. His large body of organ music, as good as unknown before now, brings together elements of the musical language of Bach, Mendelssohn and Schumann, in works that range from the intimate to the grandiose
Jan Lehtola, Martti Porthan organ, Raahe Church, Finland
Drei Choral-Fantasien (1881)
Concert-Variationen über ein Thema von Händel, Op. 52 (1872)
Concerto von Händel (1877)*
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Catalogue No: TOCC0663EAN/UPC: 5060113446633Release Date: 04.11.2022Composer: Friedrich Lux,
George Frideric Handel Artists: Jan Lehtola
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