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Musique pour orgue en suède au 18e siècle. Lundbald.
Format : 1 CD

Recording : 01/12/2018
Location : Dala-Husby
Country : Suède
Sound : Stereo

Label : Caprice Records
Catalog No. : CAP21928
EAN : 7391782219289
Price Code : DM019A

Publishing Year : 2020

Genre : Classical
Johann Helmich Roman (1694-1758)
Allegro con spirito, extrait de "Drottningholm Music" (trans. B. Janacek)

Johan Joachim Agrell (1701-1765)
Concerto pour clavier en ré majeur, op. 3 n° 2 (trans. Martin Weyer)
Concerto pour clavier en sol majeur, op. 4 (trans. martin Weyer)

Hinrich Philip Johnsen (1717-1779)
6 Fugues pour orgue ou clavecin (extrait)
n° 1 en do majeur
n° 2 en ré majeur
n° 3 en mi bémol majeur
n° 4 en do majeur

Johann Gottlieb Naumann (1741-1801)
Sonate en ré majeur pour glass harmonica
Sonate en la mineur pour glass harmonica

Joseph Martin Kraus (1756-1792)
5 Préludes-Chorale
n° 1 en ré majeur
n° 2 en la mineur
n° 3 en fa dièse mineur
n° 4 en do majeur
n° 5 en ré majeur

Peter Askergren (1767-1818)
Rondo en sol majeur (trans. P. van Tour)

Georg Joseph Vogler (1749-1814)
32 Préludes pour orgue ou piano-forte (extraits)
n° 1 en do majeur
n° 2 en do majeur
n° 5 en do mineur
n° 6 en ré majeur
n° 7 en ré mineur
16 Variations sur "Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman"

Jonas Lundblad, orgue
Orgue 1783, Dala-Husby

This recording is a modern portrait of the music that Swedish clavier-players might have carried to the organ in the latter half of the 1700s. Since hardly any Swedish music of the time was written exclusively for the organ, we must rely on historical sources for a sense of the possibilities. The selection offered here is largely a work of reconstruction, and except for the short movement by Roman, none of this repertoire has been recorded before, at least in this form for organ. Jonas Lundblad is an organist and musicologist. He studied church music in Malmö, Lübeck and Pitea, specializing in organ interpretation. A prolific freelance career performing both as an organ soloist and with choirs and orchestras has taken him to countries across Europe. When choosing repertoire, he looks mainly to the Romantic era and to new music and enjoys delving into the sources to discover unknown or forgotten works. While a student for Hans-Ola Ericsson, he performed the complete works of Olivier Messiaen. Since then, the music and mental landscape of Messiaen have remained one his central influences. As a researcher at the Department of Musicology at Uppsala University, Lundblad engages with historical musical aesthetics in a variety of ways, exploring connections to both philosophy and theology. A particular interest is German Romanticism, especially the aesthetics of Friedrich Schleiermacher. The Organ at Dala-Husby is Sweden’s second-largest preserved eighteenth-century organ, next after the famous Cahman organ at Leufsta Bruk. Completed in 1783, it was built by the church’s own organist, Nicolas Söderström (1730–1810). A former apprentice to the prominent organ builders Gren & Strahle in Stockholm, Söderström had received a royal privilege to build his own instruments. Perhaps his personal investment in the project explains why the Husby organ is so unusually splendid for a country church. The organ was retired from service in 1936, but was preserved and could be restored and returned to service in 2011. Söderström’s technical solutions were occasionally idiosyncratic, something that affects the touch of the keyboard as well as the wind system and the timbre of the pipes. Yet the combination of a classic plenum, distinctive reed stops, and empfindsam, pre-Romantic solo stops also make the Dala-Husby organ one of the most important organs of Sweden’s Gustavian age. Moreover, the lack of an independent pedal division makes it an idea organ for recreating the practice of the clavierplayers: complementing music written for the hands with the flexible use of the feet.

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