Track listing Press review Complete description Also recommended...

Product details

Content
Oskar Merikanto
Complete Works and Transcriptions for Organ

Artists
Jan Lehtola, organ

Genres
Instrumental

Features
Booklet with liner notes in English and Finnish

Format:
CD

Released:
March 2001

Catalogue No.:
ODE 973-2

EAN/UPC Code:
0761195097328

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Track listing

CD
66:27
1
Häähymni (Wedding hymn)
5:20

2
Sarabande in D minor BWV 806 (arr. O. Merikanto)
2:43

3
Postlude in D major, Op. 88/2
7:59

4
Abendlied, Op. 85/12 (arr. O. Merikanto)
3:28

5
Postlude in E flat major, Op. 88/1
6:39

6
Fantasia and Chorale "Suomi surussa" (Finland in mourning) (1899)
9:24

7
Postlude in F major, Op. 88/3
5:27

8
Sarabande in E minor BWV 810 (arr. O. Merikanto)
2:56

9
Concert Fantasia (1890)
7:30

10
Rukous (A Prayer)
3:00

11
Passacaglia in F sharp minor, Op. 80
10:33


Also recommended...

Press review

The technical aspect of the recording is excellent. (...) This release is welcome.
Ralph Blakely, American Record Guide, March 2002

Jan Lehtola revels in the rich and pungent registrations of the Doesburg Walcker Organ, built in 1916, and his performances are assured, shapely, and completely convincing.
Jed Distler, ClassicsToday.com

Diese Aufnahme ist beides: Repertoireergänzung und Referenz.

Musica Sacra, January 2002

Complete description

This CD contains the complete works and transcriptions for organ by  Oskar Merikanto, who at his time was the leading organ virtuoso in Finland. Finnish organist Jan Lehtola plays the 4-manual, 75-stop Walcker Organ built in 1916 in the Martinikerk of Doesburg, The Netherlands.

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