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Rinck - Works for Organ

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Label: Coviello Classics

Cat No: COV92101

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 19th March 2021

Contents

Works

Rinck, Christian Heinrich

Adagios (12) for organ, op.57
» no.2 in G major
» no.4 in E minor
» no.5 in C major
» no.7 in A minor
» no.8 in E major
» no.10 in D major
» no.11 in A major
Chorale and Variations on 'Jesu meine Freude', op.127
Chorale and Variations on 'Nun danket alle Gott', op.127
Concerto in C minor
Concerto in F major
Fantasia and Fugue in E flat major
Fugirte Nachspiele (12) for organ, op.48
» no.3 Postludium in C major
» no.5 Postludium in D major
» no.6 Postludium in F major
» no.10 Postludium in E minor
» no.11 Postludium in A major
Practical Organ School, op.55
» Postludium in G major
Variations (9) and Finale, op.90

Artists

David Emmanuel Franke (organ)
Gerhard Gnann (organ)
Sven Hanagarth (organ)
Bernhard Herzog (organ)
Niklas Jahn (organ)
Carolin Kaiser (organ)
Stephan Rahn (organ)
Anna Ziert (organ)

Works

Rinck, Christian Heinrich

Adagios (12) for organ, op.57
» no.2 in G major
» no.4 in E minor
» no.5 in C major
» no.7 in A minor
» no.8 in E major
» no.10 in D major
» no.11 in A major
Chorale and Variations on 'Jesu meine Freude', op.127
Chorale and Variations on 'Nun danket alle Gott', op.127
Concerto in C minor
Concerto in F major
Fantasia and Fugue in E flat major
Fugirte Nachspiele (12) for organ, op.48
» no.3 Postludium in C major
» no.5 Postludium in D major
» no.6 Postludium in F major
» no.10 Postludium in E minor
» no.11 Postludium in A major
Practical Organ School, op.55
» Postludium in G major
Variations (9) and Finale, op.90

Artists

David Emmanuel Franke (organ)
Gerhard Gnann (organ)
Sven Hanagarth (organ)
Bernhard Herzog (organ)
Niklas Jahn (organ)
Carolin Kaiser (organ)
Stephan Rahn (organ)
Anna Ziert (organ)

About

Like Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck (1770-1846) also celebrated his 250th birthday in 2020.

As a composer, organ virtuoso, author of an organ school and expert in the service of Grand Duke Ludwig I of Hesse-Darmstadt, he was one of the outstanding figures in the history of church music in the 19th century.

Professor Gerhard Gnann and his students play selected works by the composer on the Dreymann organ in St. Ignaz Church in Mainz, built in 1837.

At the transition from late classical to romanticism, they bring out the fine nuances of the timbres of the organ, which was restored from the ground up in 2015-2018.

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