Süda: Complete Organ Music
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Peeter Süda: Complete Organ Music

Catalogue Number: TOCC0056
EAN: 5060113440563
Release Date: 1 October 2012
Duration: 57:35

Organ of the Dome Church, Tallinn
Organ of St John’s Church, Helsinki
Organ of the Old Church, Helsinki

Prelude and Fugue in G minor
Pastorale
Fugue in F minor
Basso ostinato
Ave Maria
Scherzino
Gigue (á la Bach)
Tasso; Liszt, tr. Süda

Ines Maidre, organ

The music of the Estonian organist-composer Peeter Süda (1883–1920) combines contrapuntal mastery with a virtuosic command of the Romantic organ. Süda’s brief life and his perfectionism meant that his output – exclusively for the organ – remained small, but it is beautifully crafted and highly expressive. This handful of original works is complemented by a mighty transcription of Liszt’s symphonic poem Tasso.

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Track No. Track Title / Details Duration Sample Add to Cart
DOWNLOAD COMPLETE ALBUM 57:35
1-2 Prelude and Fugue in G minor (1914–20)
[Organ of the Dome Church, Tallinn]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
12:43
1 Prelude 6:11 play
2 Fugue 6:32 play
3 Pastorale (1920)
[Organ of the Dome Church, Tallinn]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
4:22 play
4 Fugue in F minor (1910)
[Organ of St John’s Church, Helsinki]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
7:38 play
5 Basso ostinato (1913–14)
[Organ of the Dome Church, Tallinn]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
2:51 play
6 Ave Maria (en forme de variations pour Orgue) (1914)
[Organ of the Dome Church, Tallinn]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
5:26 play
7 Scherzino (1918)
[Organ of the Old Church, Helsinki]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
2:46 play
8 Gigue (á la Bach) (1912–19)
[Organ of the Old Church, Helsinki]

Peeter Süda, composer
Ines Maidre, organ
3:05 play
9 Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo; Liszt symphonic poem, tr. Süda (1913)
[Organ of St John’s Church, Helsinki]

Peeter Süda, composer, transcriber
Ines Maidre, organ
18:44 play

Artists

Peeter Süda

Peeter Süda, composer, transcriber
[credit: Hindrek Kõrge]

Ines Maidre

Ines Maidre, organ

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