Music for Organ and Harpsichord

Duo Rosé:
Gaby Schenkel and Roman Reichel



sound samples

order no. CCD 223
EAN 4028183002235

about this recording:
The seldom-heard combination of organ and harpsichord offers surprising and fascinating tonal effects. And when Duo Rosé takes to the organ with four hands, full sonority and polyphonic playing are inevitable. The playing of duets on one instrument or on two "Claviere" fascinated composers of the Renaissance as well of the present, as shown by Flor Peeters' song arrangement.
sound samples (Windows Media):
Viadana, Sinfonie musicali: La Bergamasce - Peeters, In dulci jubilo - Carlston, A Verse
"... and this time, too, the two members of "Duo Rosé" display no lack of the aforementioned high spirits. In short: Buy it!" (Alte Musik actuell 3/99)
Ludovico Grossi da Viadana (ca. 1560-1627): Aus „Sinfonie musicali“ La Fiorentina, La Bergamasca, La Mantovana
Nicholas Carlston (um 1600): A Verse für Cembalo vierhändig
Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656): A Fancy für Cembalo vierhändig
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809): Praeludium und Fuge in C für Orgel vierhändig
Joh. Seb. Bach (1685-1750): Triosonate in Es, BWV 525 (Arr. für Orgel und Cembalo von R. Reichel)
Carl Ph. Em. Bach (1714-1788): Vier kleine Duette für 2 Claviere
Baldassare Galuppi (1706-1785): Sonata in C (Arr. für Orgel und Cembalo von R. Reichel)
Flor Peeters (geb. 1903): Vier Liedbearbeitungen für Orgel und Cembalo My God, accept my heart this day, In dulci jubilo, Alleluja! O sons and daughters, let us sing, Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern

© Cavalli Records 2003 top