Max Reger: The Last Giant
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This is 98% of our goal of £90,000!
Help us raise £80,000 to film Asher Fisch's lecture with orchestra about Wagner's Ring.
Charles-Marie Widor is a true musical force: a virtuoso who revolutionised organ playing in France, a composer who invented the organ symphony and wrote the most famous toccata since Bach, and an enormously influential figure in French cultural history.
Release Date - November 15th, 2015
César Franck is one of the most fascinating of all composers. He had the vision to create the French organ school, and his compositions are played, studied, listened to and loved by organists everywhere.
The Laurenskerk in Alkmaar contains two organs - the 1511 van Covelens that is the oldest organ in the Netherlands, and the 1646 / 1725 van Hagerbeer / F. C. Schnitger that is arguably the most beautiful organ in the world.
The definitive documentary celebrating the 200th anniversary of the greatest organ builder of the nineteenth century and the music he inspired. A multi-disc boxed set featuring organists Gerard Brooks, Daniel Roth, Olivier Latry, Pierre Pincemaille and more. Features fifteen organs including St Sulpice, Notre Dame, St Ouen, Rouen, St Sernin, Toulouse.
"Outstanding" Nottingham Post
Nottingham boasts a fine collection of organs of richly diverse character. Towards a Modernist Organ showcases some of the city’s best instruments, including the magnificent J.J. Binns organ of the Albert Hall and the stunning Marcussen organ in the church of St Mary.
"A phenomenally successful release" International Record Review
In Ex Tempore Ronny Krippner sheds light on how English Organists improvised. In an 85-minute documentary and accompanying CD recording he blows open the 'illusionists art' of improvisation and shows us how it is done.
"The most beautifully produced volume that I have ever seen" The Organists' Review
The authoritative history of the richest collection of historic pipe organs in the world, those in the Dutch province of Groningen.
"Utterly enthralling" Choir and Organ Magazine
Martinikerk Rondeau DVD: FSFDVD004
"Exhilarating" Gramophone Magazine
Daniel Moult performs virtuosic twentieth-century music on the organ of Bridlington Priory.
"Excellent" The Organists' Review
Between about 1550 and 1830, some of the most beautiful
In the documentary The Elusive English Organ, Daniel Moult sets out to perform this repertoire on appropriate organs of the time.
"The finest recording of the Art of Fugue" Gramophone Magazine
George Ritchie follows up his recordings of the complete Bach organ works with this magisterial performance of Bach’s late contrapuntal masterpiece The Art of Fugue.
"A fresh perspective and fun way to ponder the future of the human race" Film Threat
Once Upon a Time in Knoxville uplifts us with the tale of recycling visionary Rollo Sullivan.
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