Browse: Brahms - Chorale Prelude Op. 122 No. 4 'Herzlich tut mich erfreuen'
This page lists all recordings of Chorale Prelude Op. 122 No. 4 'Herzlich tut mich erfreuen' by Johannes Brahms (1833-97).
Simon Preston (organ), Organ of St. Alban’s Cathedral, Organ of the Chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, Organ of Westminster Abbey, Organ of City Hall, Hull
His technique is as good – and in some cases superior – to the continental virtuosi; in addition he brings to his playing an individuality and warmth that reflects his own engaging personality.... — More…
Many first-time international releases on CD , including Handel and Bach solo harpsichord music, CPE Bach Symphonies, Schütz Musikalische Exequien, Haydn Symphonies, Mozart, Brahms and Liszt organ works.
Ernst Haefliger, Karl Richter, Peter Schreier, Maria Stader, Elisabeth Lindermeier/Heinrich-Schütz-Kreis
Münchener Bach-Orchester, Berliner Philharmoniker
Imperious, expansive, overly emphatic - yes, Karl Richter's second Goldbergs can answer to various negative charges. Heard differently, the grandeur is inspiring, the sure rhythmic sense and... — More…