Matthias Geuting: Music for Organ
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Cat No: VKJK1520
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 24th June 2016
Workskomposition 1 fur orgel (IV)
Improvisation ajoutee (original version, 1962)
ArtistsMatthias Geuting (organ)
The pioneering works of the 1960s by Mauricio Kagel and Hans Otte are contrasted with ‘modern’ contributions from two composers of our time, Erik Janson and Matthias Schlothfeldt. Bridging the chronological gap between these two poles is a composition drawn from Jörg Herchet’s extensive body of works for organ. Stretching back over half a century, these works all represent different approaches to composing for the organ, and despite being clearly rooted in their time and occupying their own aesthetic ground, there is still a clear relationship between these pieces running below the surface.
The organist Matthias Geuting was organ student of Gerd Zacher during his church music studies in Essen. He is also a champion of new repertoire for the organ, having premiered numerous new pieces – many of which have been recorded for broadcast by the WDR and DLF. The works by Janson, Herchet and Schlothfeldt on this CD are world première recordings.
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