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«OUT OF MY ORGAN TRAVELS»
Cycle for organ by A.Chulovskiy

GERMANY. ERFURT. REGLERKIRCHE - 2005

The Löbling organ [III/38, XX Century]

Author's recital by composer A.Chulovskiy
22.05.2005. Beginning at 19-30



Program: A.Chulovskiy. Cycle «Out of my Organ Travels»

Content:


- «Thuringia». Fantasia for organ on the theme of choral «Ein feste Burg»

- Ave Maria

- «In valley Maerchenwald». Musical impression after a visit of Wuenschendorf

- «The Flying Dutchman». Fantasy for organ (after a visit of Vlieland and Harlingen)

- «In ancient England» Musical impression from the melody of Big Ben (after a visit of London-Ludlow)

- «In old Sankt Petersburg». 5 variations on the D.Bortnjansky's theme

- 3 chorale preludes from «The Swedish Notebook» on the chorals from the "Svenska Psalmen Boken" (after a visit of Goeteborg)

- «Voices of birds». Musical picture after a visit of the North Switzerland

- «Evening in Sorrento». Musical picture on the theme «Santa Lucia» (after the recital in Sorrento)

- «Fountain «Organo» of villa d'Este». Fantasy after a visit of Tivoli near Rome





From the past: Andrey Chulovskiy plays his music in Reglerkirche
Sunday, 06 May 2001. Beginning at 17-00



Program:

Ernst KÖHLER (1799-1847) [German composer]
- Variations and fugue on the theme of the Russian National Hymn [1834] composed by ALEXEJ LVOV (1798-1870)

Aivars KALEJS (b.1952)
- «In Paradise»

Hans Rudolf JOHNER (b.1934)
- «Preiset den Herrn, denn er ist Gut». Chorale fantasia on the theme B-A-C-H

Andrey CHULOVSKIY
- «Albert-Schweitzer-Variations». 5 variations in classic style on the theme «Discendi Santo Spirito»


Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)
- 3 Chorale preludes on the theme «Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten»
- Prelude and fugue in E minor (BWV 548)


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