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Fahrmann: Orgelwerke IV
Hans Fährmann
Dietrich von Knebel

Fahrmann: Orgelwerke IV

CD | Querstand | 4025796013238 | VKJK 1323 | 02-14

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About the album

Featuring the organist, Dietrich von Knebel, this CD presents Volume IV of the Organ Works of Hans Fahrmann (1860-1940).

Dietrich von Knebel (b. 1959) studied with organ teachers were Burghard Schloe, Herbert Wulf, Hans-Joachim Bartsch and Dr. Reinhardt Menger and Gerd Wachowski. 
 
He has peformed at numerous concerts at home and abroad, he is also an accompanist of renowned choirs (Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir, Chamber Choir Ravens Berger and others). This was followed by teaching at the School of Church Music and at the State University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt am Main (organ and piano) as well as making numerous radio recordings. One of his main interests is on the now forgotten works of the "German Organ romanticism." 
 



 

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Tracklisting
    • 1
      Am Tage der Pfingsten
      Fantasie
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 2
      Am Tage der Pfingsten
      Fuge
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 3
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 4
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 5
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 6
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 7
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 8
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 9
      Choralvorspiele Op. 59 Serie I
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 10
      Sonatae Nr. 1 für Orgel g-Mol op. 5
      Moderato maestoso
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 11
      Sonatae Nr. 1 für Orgel g-Mol op. 5
      Andante
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
    • 12
      Sonatae Nr. 1 für Orgel g-Mol op. 5
      Doppelfuge
       
      Composer: Fährmann, Hans
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