Until the advent of recordings, the way you got to know the music of the masters was to play them yourself. The expansion of domestic music-making at the beginning of the nineteenth century generated a huge market for arrangements, most of them for piano solo or duet. Mozart was an especial favourite, and this programme extends the basic premise by adapting some of those arrangements for organ, as well as presenting some contemporary arrangements and completions, recorded on an organ from Mozart’s own day.
Zeno Bianchini (Tracks 5–7, 13, 14, 17); primo (Tracks 1–4, 9–12, 15, 16); secondo (Tracks 8, 18)
Christian Lambour, primo (Tracks 8, 18); secondo (Tracks 1–4, 9–12, 15, 16)
Organ of the former Benedictine Abbey of Neu St Johann in St Gallen Canton, Switzerland
Adagio in C for glass harmonica, K356 (K617a) (1791)
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, k525: Romanze arr. for two hands and pedal by Zeno Bianchini (1991)
Molto allegro in G major, K72a for two hands, completed by Zeno Bianchini (1998)
Fugue in G minor, k401 (k375e) completed by Maximilian, Abbé Stadler
Sketch for a figured chorale, k620b Study, completed by Simon Sechter
Sechs leichte Stücke aus Mozarts Oper ‘Die Zauberflöte’ (k620) (arr. Christian Gottlob Neefe; publ. 1793)
Clarinet Concerto, k622: Adagio arr. for two hands and pedal by Zeno Bianchini (2006)
Ave verum corpus, k618 arr. Franz Liszt for two hands
Simon Sechter (1788-1867)
Fuga 17 (Motiv aus Mozart’s Don Juan), Op. 53, for four hands (publ. 1832)
Fuga 16 (Motiv aus Mozart’s Requiem), Op. 53, for four hands (publ. 1832)
Mozart Requiem, k626
arr. Renaud de Vilbac for two hands (publ. c. 1875)
arr. Muzio Clementi for two hands (publ. 1803)
Catalogue No: TOCC0381EAN/UPC: 5060113443816Release Date: 03.04.2020Composer: Simon Sechter,
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
Zeno Bianchini Artists: Christian Lambour,
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