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    ECHO Marathon Concert

    European Organ Journey 

    Marathon Concert with 32 organists from 17 European organ cities, members of the association European Cities of Historical Organs (ECHO), including:

     

     

    Alkmaar, The Netherlands

    Altenburg, Germany

    Brussels, Belgium

    Freiberg, Germany

    Fribourg, Switzerland

    Gothenburg, Sweden

    Granada, Spain

    Innsbruck, Austria

    Leufstabruk, Sweden

    Leuven, Belgium

    Mafra, Portugal

    Olkusz, Poland

    Roskilde, Denmark

    Tangermünde, Germany

    Toulouse, France

    Treviso, Italy

    Trondheim, Norway

     

     

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    Details from the John Brombaugh (1992) organ in Haga Church, Göteborg, Sweden.

  • Saturday, October 12, 2024

     

    9:15–9:40

    German Church

    (Admission free)

    Introductions

     

    9:40–11:30

    German Church

    (Admission free)

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)

    Fugue on a theme by Corelli, BWV 579

    Aria variata alla maniera italiana, (aria + 10 variazioni), BWV 989

    Roberto Antonello, Treviso, Italy, Artistic Director

     

    Benedict Jucker (1811–1876)

    (Münsterorganist in Basel and student of Rinck)

    Fantaisie und Fuge über BACH

    Eugène Thomas (1841–1918)

    (French alsacian composer and pupil of a pupil of Rinck)

    Trois solos opus 12 for organ

    Aurore Baal, Fribourg, Switzerland, Young Representative

     

    Jeanne Demessieux (1921–1968)

    Lumière from Sept méditations sur le Saint-Esprit

    Jehan Alain (1911–1940)

    Intermezzo

    György Ligeti (1923–2006)

    Étude No. 2

    Coulée

    Xinjie Li, Alkmaar, The Netherlands, Young Representative

     

     

    Karl Hoyer (1891–1936)

    Die vier Charakterstücke op. 33

    I. Christi Geburt

    II. Christi Kreuzweg

    III. Christus am Kreuze

    IV. Christi Auferstehung

    Oana Maria Bran, Freiberg, Germany, Young Representative

     

    Martin Herchenröder (*1961)

    Zeit raum I: ad fontes

    I. Präludium

    II.. Intonation

    III. Orgel-Punkte

    Clemens Lucke, Freiberg, Germany, Artistic Director

     

    13:30–16:10

    Haga Church

    (Admission free)

    Franz Liszt (1811–1886)

    Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen

    Variations on the Basso Continuo from Cantata no. 12 and Crucifixus from Mass in B-minor, BWV 232, by J. S. Bach

    Daniel Beilschmidt, Altenburg, Germany, Artistic Director

     

    Gracia Baptista (fl. 1557?, Spanish Roman Catholic nun and composer who lived in Ávilaa, first female composer whose music was published in print)

    Conditor alme from Libro de Cifra Nueva de Luys Venegas de Henestrosa, Alcalá

    Antonio de Cabezón (1510–1578)

    Diferencias sobre el canto de madama le demanda

    [Obras de Música, Madrid, 1578]

    Anonymous (17th C. ?)

    Españoleta

    [Flores de Música de Fray Antonio Martín y Coll, 1708]

    Juan Cabanilles (1644–1712)

    Tiento de Batalla de 5º tono punto baxo

    [Ms. 386 Biblioteca de Catalunya, Barcelona, 1722]

    Ana Lucia Buzón Rios, Granada, Spain, Young Representative

     

    Francisco Fernández Palero (ca 1533–1597, organist at the Royal Chapel of Granada from 1553)

    Passeavase el rey moro

    Ave maris stella, El contrabajo lleva el canto llano

    [Libro de Cifra Nueva, Alcalá, 1557]

    Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584–1654)

    Quinto tiento de medio registro de tiple de séptimo tono

    Tiento tercero de sexto tono por fefaut sobre la primera parte de la Batalla de Morales

    [Facultad Orgánica, Alcalá, 1626]

    Juan Maria Pedrero, Granada, Spain, Artistic Director

     

    Jacob Praetorius (1586–1651)

    Praeambulum ex F

    Camphuysen Ms (fl. 1670)

    Three Variations on Daphne

    Anthoni van Noordt (?1619-1675)

    Psalm 24 (3 verses)

    Pieter van Dijk, Alkmaar, The Netherlands, Artistic Director

     

    Samuel Marckfelner (1621–1674)

    Sieh mein Herr Gott from Tablature SK-Le 13994 [5A]

    • Sieh mein Herr Gott
    • Ach mein Herr Gott
    • Mein Herz mein Sinn ist fröhlich
    • Und weil mein Freud
    • Eh dir ich mich mein Herz

    Orlando di Lasso (ca 1532–1594)

    Veni in hortum meum from Gdańsk organ tablature

    Andreas Hakenberger (1574–1627)

    Dulcis Jesu pie Deus from Braunsberg from Oliva organ tablature

    Anonymous

    Gagliarda from Tablature D-B Slg Bohn Ms. mus. 357

    Artur Szczerbinin, Olkusz, Poland, Young Representative

     

    Manuel Rodrigues Coelho (ca 1555–1635)

    Kirios de 1º tom (5 Verses)

    António Carreira (ca 1530–ca 1594)

    Canção 

    Frei Diogo da Conceição (17th c.)

    Meio registo de 2º tom

    Frei Domingos de São José (17th c.)

    Obra de 5º tom

    João Vaz, Mafra, Portugal, Artistic Director

     

    Georg Muffat (1653–1704)

    Toccata nona

    Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562–1621)

    Fantasia Crommatica

    Kristina Avakian Mikkelsen, Roskilde, Denmark, Young Representative

     

    Heinrich Scheidemann (1595-1663)

    Toccata in G, WV 43

    Intabulation of a motet by Hieronimus Praetorius

    Benedicam Dominum in omni tempore, WV 48

    Bine Katrine Bryndorf, Roskilde, Denmark, Artistic Director

     

     

    (Intermission, 20 minutes)

     

     

    16:40–19:10

    Haga Church

    (Admission free)

    Samuel Scheidt (1587–1654)

    Fantasia super Ut. Re. Mi. Fa. Sol. La. , SSWV 105 (Tabulatura nova, I, 1624)

    From Tabulatura nova, Part One, 1624

    Maurizio Croci, Fribourg, Switzerland, Artistic Director

     

    Samuel Scheidt (1587–1654)

    Modus ludendi pleno organo pedaliter, SSWV 157

    Johann Kaspar Kerll (1627–1693)

    Canzona III in d Moll

    Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713–1780)

    Fantasia à gusto italiano

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)

    Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist, BWV 667

    Theresa Heidler, Altenburg, Germany, Young Representative

     

    John Bull (1562-1628)

    Een kindeken is ons geboren

    Peeter Cornet (ca. 1575–1633)

    Regina Coeli

    • Regina coeli
    • Quia quem meruisti
    • Resurrexit sicut dixit
    • Ora pro nobis

    Abraham Van den Kerckhoven (1619–1702)

    Fantasia in d

    Charlène Bertholet, Brussels, Belgium, Young Representative

     

    Peeter Cornet (ca 1575–1633)

    Fantaisia octavi toni         

    Peter Philips (1561-1628)

    Fantasia (from Liber Fratrum Cruciferorum, Liège 1617)

    John Bull (1562-1628)

    Salve Regina

    • Salve
    • Ad te clamamus
    • Eia ergo
    • O clemens
    • Pro fine  

    Bernard Foccroulle, Brussels, Belgium, Artistic Director

     

    Petrus Paepen (1662–1717)

    Aria in G major

    Abraham van den Kerckhoven (1618–1702)

    Salve Regina primi toni

    Matthias van den Gheyn (1721–1785)

    Morceau fugué n°1 in G minor

    Pieter de Vos (*1996)

    New composition

    Marie Petit, Leuven, Belgium, Young Representative

     

    Samuel Scheidt (1587–1654)

    Toccata In te domine speravi

    Hieronymus Praetorius (1560–1629)

    Wenn mein Stündlein vorhanden ist

    David Boos, Tangermünde, Germany, Artistic Director

     

    Franz Danksagmüller (*1969)

    Steigleders Variations on Vater unser (1624)

    Composed for the Scherer organ in Tangermünde and the anniversary of Johann Ulrich Steigleder

    • 4. Granules
    • 5. Noise canvas
    • 6. Ambient loops
    • 17. Overlays

    Olga Minkina, Tangermünde, Germany, Artistic Director

     

    Wedding marches and songs from Leufsta Bruk

    Lukas Arvidsson, Lövstabruk, Sweden, Artistic Director

    Torbjörn Näsbom, nyckelharpa

     

     

    19:40–22.20

    Vasa Church

    (Admission free)

    Charles Tournemire (1870–1939)

    Sabbato Sancto op. 56 No. 16

    • Offertoire

    Dominica Resurrectionis op. 56 No. 17

    • Paraphrase et double Choral

    Yoann Tardivel, Toulouse, France, Artistic Director

     

    Gabriel Pierné (1863-1937)

    3 pièces, opus 29

    • Prélude
    • Cantilène
    • Scherzando

    Angela Ede, Toulouse, France, Young Representative

     

    Joaquim dos Santos (1938–2008)

    Cinque pezzi per organo (1967)

    • I. Preludio
    • II. Divertimento

    João Vaz (*1963)

    Chorale prelude Herr Jesu Christ, wahr Mensch und Gott (2017)(commissioned by The Orgelbüchlein Project)

    Frederico de Freitas (1902–1980)

    Sonata de Igreja (*1963)

    • II. Diálogo pastoril

    Luís de Freitas Branco (1890–1955)

    Choral (1913)

    Beatriz Resendes, Mafra, Portugal, Young Representative

     

    Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens (1823–1881)

    Marche Pontificale

    Joseph Jongen (1873–1953)

    Pie Jesu from Three sacred songs

    Paul Gilson (1865–1942)

    Prélude (sur un vieux lied flamand)

    Jules Van Nuffel (1883–1953)

    Ego sum panis (unpublished)

    Flor Peeters (1903-1986)

    Concert Piece (from Concerto for Organ, op 52)

    Luc Ponet, Leuven, Belgium, Artistic Director

     

    Henning Sommerro (*1952)

    Vårsøg

    Eilert Hægeland (1951–2004)

    Meditasjon over Lyset over landet

    Egil Hovland (1924–2013)

    Lux Æterna

    Toccata over Nu la oss takke Gud

    Tove Kyvik, Trondheim, Norway, Young Representative

     

    Petra Bjørkhaug (*1964)

    Improvisation on Eg veit i himmerik ei borg (I know a Castle in Heaven)

    Ståle Kleiberg (*1958)

    Ascension from Descent and Ascension, commissioned for Orgelfest 2009

    Brita Sjöberg, Trondheim, Norway, Artistic Director

     

    Franz Schmidt (1874–1939)

    Chorale prelude O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen

    (O how blessed are you, you pious ones)

    Anton Heiller (1923–1979)

    Kleine Partita über das dänische Lied Den klare sol går ned

    (Partita on the Danish song The clear sun is setting)

    Lea Graf, Innsbruck, Young Representative

     

    Elias Praxmarer (*1994)

    Prelude No. 5

    Franz Schmidt (1874–1939)

    Toccata in C major

    Elias Praxmarer, Innsbruck, Austria, Artistic Director