Chorale No. 1 In E Major. Chorale No. 2 In B Minor. Organ – Fernando Germani. 3 In A Minor. César Franck, Fernando Germani - Organ Recital No. 2 (LP, Album, Club).
2nd prize Alexander William WAGNER (Germany). 2nd prize Laman SEYIDOVA (Azerbaijan). 3rd prize Diana STOHNUSHENKO (Ukraine). 3rd prize Sofia Teresa ALUISI (Italy). Category B. 1st prize Colin Alexander PÜTZ (Germany). 2nd prize Anna MARCHUK (Russia). 3rd prize Philippe ELISTRATOV (France). 3rd prize Arda AYHAN (Turkey). Category C. 1st prize Rowel FRIERS (Ireland). 2nd prize Mate DOMOTOR (Hungary). 3rd prize Jiayin LI (China). 3rd prize Mai KAWASAKI (Germany/Japan). Finalist Mona KURIBAYASHI (Japan). Finalist Ariel CHEN (USA). Category D. 1st prize Andrei LESHKIN (Russia) . With 50 participants originating from more than 26 different countries and an internationally acclaimed jury in 2018, the César Franck has already established itself as a leading competition for young musicians worldwide. The incorporation of the competition, concerts and education program as a yearly event symbolizes our commitment and passion to the advancement of culture and education.
The highlight of the CD is his performance of Charles-Marie Widor's Toccata (Symphony No 5 in F minor Op 42, No 1) which Marc Rochester of Gramophone magazine considers unsurpassed. The CD also includes works by Frescobaldi, César Franck, Franz Liszt and Max Reger. The CD in a super jewel case and contains a highly informative 24 page full colour CD booklet with articles and photographs by Nicolas Kynaston, David Gammie and Paul Hale.
1st prize Carla ROMÁN VÁZQUEZ (Spain) 2nd prize Alexander William WAGNER (Germany) 2nd prize Laman SEYIDOVA (Azerbaijan) 3rd prize Diana STOHNUSHENKO (Ukraine) 3rd prize Sofia Teresa ALUISI (Italy). 1st prize Colin Alexander PÜtz (Germany) 2nd prize Anna Marchuk (Russia) 3rd prize Philippe ELISTRATOV (France) 3rd prize Arda Ayhan (Turkey). 1st prize Rowel FRIERS (Ireland) 2nd prize Mate DOMOTOR (Hungary) 3rd prize Jiayin LI (China) 3rd prize Mai KAWASAKI (Germany/Japan) Finalist Mona KURIBAYASHI (Japan) Finalist Ariel CHEN (USA).
Concerto for solo organ No. 3 in C major (after Vivaldi Op. 7ii/5, RV 208), BWV 594 (BC J84). 2. Recitative Adagio. 4. Vater unser im Himmelreich (II), chorale prelude for organ (Clavier-Übung No. 14), BWV 682 (BC K14). 5. Fantasia and Fugue, for organ in A minor (doubtful), BWV 561. Fernando Germani.
|A||Koraal No. 1 In E (Deel 1)|
|B||Koraal No. 1 In E (Slot)|
- Composed By – César Franck
- Organ – Fernando Germani