Jonathan Ayerst órgão
Giovanni Gabrieli Canzone 'La Spiritata'; Fuga IX tono
Improvisação Partita coral sob a tema Vater unser in Himmelreich de Johann Sebastian Bach
Max Reger Phantasie, op. 29
Gabriel Fauré Pavanne, op. 50
Léon Boëllman Suite Gothique, op. 25
Jonathan Ayerst was lead organist at St. Benet Fink Church in London and studied historical improvisation techniques in Stuttgart. In this recital he evokes the music of Gabrieli, a fundamental organist from the Venice school, at the end of the Renaissance. Starting with Bach, Ayerst resumes once again the historical practice of improvisation, giving us the opportunity to watch the creation of music in real time. The program is complete with music written at the end of the 19th century by three celebrated and very different composers-organists.
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- Program notes
- Program notes - Jonathan Ayerst - 11 Jun 2021
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