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A Playlist for Rembrandt

Bob van Asperen

2019 is Rembrandt year! The musical side of the great Dutch baroque painter Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) is the source of inspiration for this CD: This is music Rembrandt could have heard in his environment, and in some cases most certainly did.

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Camille Saint-Saëns

Symphony No. 3 "Organ"

Capriccio Baroque Orchestra - Ulrich Meldau - Karel Valter

In Guy Bovet's adaptation of Saint-Saëns' famous organ symphony Op. 78 as a "Concerto for Organ and Orchestra", the organ doesn't only appear for the first time with the great C major chord in the 4th movement! It is totally integrated right from the begining as a concert partner for the orchestra which plays on original instruments from the 19th century.


Antonio de Cabezón

Tientos, diferencias y glosadas

Léon Berben

Virtuoso keyboard music of the early 16th century: Léon Berben plays works by Antonio de Cabezón on one of the oldest organs in the world, the Gothic organ of St.Andreas in Soest-Ostönnen.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Die Kunst der Fuga - The Art of Fugue

Bob van Asperen

Did you perhaps also think that the Art of Fugue was a mathematical-abstract work, possibly something cumbersome, an unfinished “cycle of death”? Banish that from your mind...


Maurice Duruflé

Complete organ works

Stéphane Mottoul

The organ music of Maurice Duruflé is still very popular among organ music lovers, here in a very recent recording by a young virtuoso on a fabulous new instrument.

AE-11151 "Joseph Callaerts - Organ Works"

Joseph Callaerts

Organ works

Peter Van de Velde

After a fundamental three-year restoration (2014-2017), it sounds again: the famous Pierre Schyven organ (1891) in the Cathedral of Antwerp. The first recording after it's restoration was eagerly awaited...


This week AEOLUS' recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen has set up his equipment in front of the famous Hans Scherer organ (1624) at the St. Stephan church in Tangermuende (Germany).


The jury of Germany's renowned award "Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik" is enthusiastic about the performance of Bob van Asperen on his "Art of Fugue" release.


During a ceremony in the Maison de la Radio, Paris, Aapo Häkkinen and Pierre Hantaï received the prestigious "Diapason d'Or of the Year" award.


During a recent recording of the famous Hamburg Zell harpsichord we had the chance to take a very special picture.


AEOLUS has worked on a new design of the website. The new design provides better presentation on all modern internet devices.


Amaryllis Dieltiens and Bart Naessens, who are the heart of the Belgian ensemble "Capriola Di Gioia", just released their new CD "Dolorosa Partenza" on AEOLUS, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ensemble. A video trailer shows some impressions from the recording session and the rare keyboard instrument used here, a two-manual claviorganum.


Bob van Asperen  - who just completed the Froberger edition at AEOLUS - played a concert at the Bach museum Leipzig on occasion of Froberger's 400th anniversary in May 2016. AEOLUS presented the Froberger edition.


Again, a special AEOLUS recording project in a special location: Bob van Asperen performed at the original 1628 Ruckers harpsichord of Versailles palace.


From now on Aeolus offers a set of five high-quality postcards with organ motives FOR FREE to each customer ordering a CD or SACD via our website while stocks last.


The giant AEOLUS project "Bach Complete Organ Works" has been honoured by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie: It receives the "ECHO Klassik 2013" award.


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