Trumpet & Organ

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Trumpet & Organ

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29th Sept 2008




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Trumpet & Organ


Okna (Windows)


Evocation II


Arioso barocco for Trumpet & Organ


La Fauvette des jardins


Non morietur in aeternum


Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk: Passacaglia

(aus / from "Lady Macbeth von Mzensk") Original Version


Paths, Op. 50

Tomasi, H F:

Semaine Sainte a Cuzco


Dialogue, Op. 50

Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet) & Iveta Apkalna (Organ)

Kuhn-Orgel Philharmonie Essen

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All the works on this disc written for trumpet and organ are highly demanding in terms of virtuosity and technical skill. They are superbly performed by trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich and young organist Iveta Apkalna who present a varied program of music ranging from the well known Messiaen, Takemitsu and Shostakovich to the lesser known Zbinden and Eschaich. As varied as they are, they all share the ability to coax the two instruments into producing an incredible variety of sounds.

Olivier Messiaen: La fauvette des jardins (arr. for trumpet)

La fauvette des jardins (arr. for trumpet)

Julien-Francois Zbinden: Dialogue, Op. 50

Dialogue, Op. 50

Dmitry Shostakovich: Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk, Op. 29 (arr. for organ)

Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk, Op. 29: Entr'acte: Passacaglia (arr. for organ)

Petr Eben: Okna (Windows)

I. Rueben, the blue window

II. Isachar, the green window

III. Zebulon, the blood-red window

IV. Levi, the golden window

Andre Jolivet: Arioso barocco

Arioso barocco

Thierry Escaich: Evocation II

Evocation II

Henri Tomasi: Semaine sainte a Cuzco

Semaine Sainte a Cuzco

Henri Sauguet: Non morietur in aeternum

Non morietur in aeternum

Toru Takemitsu: Michi (Paths)

Michi (Paths)

Gramophone Magazine

February 2009

“The exclusively 20th-century programme presents great challenges to Reinhold Friedrich and Iveta Apkalna which they meet with tremendous brilliance and élan. …it's fascinating to hear the constantly changing role of the two instruments, ranging from virtuoso solo passages through to dialogue which alternates between tension and serenity. A very rewarding CD which repays repeated hearings.”

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