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COMPOSER ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
PLAYS HIS MUSIC IN THE BACH CHURCH

GERMANY. MÜHLHAUSEN. DIVI BLASII. 18.05.2005
Beginning at 19-30

The historical organ [III/42]: constructed in 1708 (Wender - project of J.S.Bach)
this organ was restored in 1959 («A.Schuke», Germany)



More info: staedtenetz-sehn.de (PDF-format)


Program:
A.Chulovskiy. Cycle «Out of my Organ Travels»
- «Thuringia». Fantasia for organ on the theme of choral «Ein feste Burg»
- 3 Choral preludes from «The Swedish Notebook» on the chorals from the "Svenska Psalmen Boken" (after a visit of Goeteborg)
- «In ancient England» Musical impression from the melody of Big Ben (after a visit of London-Ludlow)
- «Voices of birds». Musical picture after a visit of the North Switzerland
- «Fountain «Organo» of villa d'Este». Fantasy after a visit of Tivoli near Rome


Extra: Pieces by J.S.Bach, J.Pachelbel, L.v.Beethoven




From the past: Andrey Chulovskiy plays his music in Mühlhausen Divi Blasii Church
2001



The organ recital by Andrey Chulovskiy
26.05.2001. Beginning at 19-30

Program:

Andrey CHULOVSKIY (b.1953)
- «Albert-Schweitzer-Variations». 5 variations in classic style on the theme «Discendi Santo Spirito»


Max DRISCHNER (1891-1971)
- 3 chorale preludes «für Dorforganisten»: «Werde munter mein Gemüte», «Verleich uns Frieden gnädlich», «Die Sohn hat sich mit ihrem Glanz gewendet»

Johann PACHELBEL (1653-1706)
- Chaconne in F Minor

Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)
- Chorale preludes: «Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten» (3 vers. - BWV 691, 690, 642), «Vater unser im Himmelreich» (BWV 683), «Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ» (BWV 639)
- Prelude and fugue in E Minor (BWV 548)
- Chorale prelude «Aus der Tiefe rufe ich zu Dir» (BWV 745)
- Toccata and fugue in D Minor (BWV 565)


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