Heroic Proportions: Selected Works for Organ
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Label: MSR Classics
Cat No: MS1542
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th July 2017
WorksPrelude and Fugue in E flat major, BWV552 'St Anne'
Adagio for Strings, op.11 (arr. organ)
Piece heroique, M37
Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue, op.149
ArtistsFelix Hell (organ)
Felix Hell is one of the most sought-after concert organists of his generation. He has had a vibrant career as a concerto soloist and recitalist and has performed more than 850 solo recitals throughout his native Germany, as well as in Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Iceland, Italy, Jamaica, Korea, Latvia, New Zealand, Norway, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Spain, Russia, and throughout the United States of America, where he has performed more than 500 recitals in 46 states. At the age of 21, Felix Hell received global recognition for his performances of the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach in three full cycles. Most recently, in 2013, Felix Hell was engaged by the Germany Embassy in Seoul, Korea, to perform the complete organ works of Bach there, commemorating the 130th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Germany and South Korea. Felix Hell continues to innovate in his field through expanding the traditional boundaries of the organ, collaborating with artists of various fields, and has dedicated his life to sharing his passion for excellence in music.
Organ by J.W. Steere & Son, Opus 665 (1914)
Rebuilt by M.P. Möller Co. (1958) and R.J. Brunner & Co. (1995)
Console and additions by R.J. Brunner & Co. (2010)
St. Mark Lutheran Church, Hanover, Pennsylvania
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