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from notes by Christophe Sirodeau © 2004
English: Andrew Barnett
extrait des notes rédigées par Christophe Sirodeau © 2004
aus dem Begleittext von Christophe Sirodeau © 2004
Deutsch: Elke Hockings
|Bach: Great Fantasias, Preludes & Fugues|
‘Herrick's musical inspiration, matched by his technique, does full justice to this pinnacle of the organ repertoire’ (BBC Music Magazine Top 1000 CDs ...
‘Yet another yardstick release from what seems to be an unbeatable team … I suspect I have already found my record of the year’ (Gramophone)» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 4 - Samuel Feinberg|
‘In this recording of all Feinberg's transcriptions, Martin Roscoe's interpretations reflect both the sensitivity behind the undertaking and the spiri ...
‘Martin Roscoe's warm, lyrical playing makes this a most rewarding release’ (Classic FM Magazine)» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 7 - Max Reger|
Hyperion’s Bach piano transcription series has reached volume 7 with the complete transcriptions by Max Reger. Reger was described by his contemporaries as ‘the modern-day Bach’. His skills as a pianist were matched by his abilities as an organist ...» More
|Bach: The Complete Organ Works, Vol. 8|
This eighth volume in David Goode's intégrale of Bach's organ works is gloriously framed by the imposing pairings of the 'Dorian' Toccata & Fugue and the 'Wedge' Prelude & Fugue.» More
|Bach: The Complete Organ Works|
‘Let me say without hesitation that Herrick’s performances are models of clarity, accuracy, precision and musicality … this is a complete Bach th ...
‘Herrick is one of the few organists who does justice to these difficult, elusive pieces … What a singular joy to hear the organ played with such ...» More