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Olivier Messiaen

La Nativité du Seigneur

Mark Steinbach

Lyon, Eglise Saint-Francois de Sales - a legendary name and mythical place for lovers of French organ music! Mark Steinbach has now recorded Olivier Messiaen's first important organ cycle "La Nativité du Seigneur" (composed in 1935) for AEOLUS on Aristide Cavaillé-Coll's organ (1880), which has been completely unaltered!


Jacque Bittner

Pièces de lut

André Henrich

The "Pièces de lut" published in 1682 and 1702 under the name of Jacque Bittner are among the better known prints with music for the 11-course lute in the German-speaking area, but this music has rarely been recorded or heard in concert. Stylistically, these are dance suites based on the French example, whereby each suite is preceded by a Prélude non mesuré - also according to French tradition.


Jean Guillou

Jean Guillou: Organ works Vol. 1

Zuzana Ferjenčíková

Zuzana Ferjenčíková starts her complete recording of Jean Guillou's organ works on the AEOLUS label with this recording of symphonic poems at the monumental organ of Saint-Eustache in Paris.

Georg Philipp Telemann

Trio Sonatas & Quartets

Compagnia Transalpina

The trio sonatas by Telemann were already regarded by his contemporaries as “models of their kind”, they demonstrate Telemann’s imaginative composing style. Compagnia Transalpina under the direction of Andreas Böhlen highlights the colourful partnership of recorder and oboe.

Jean-Marie Leclair

Quatrième Livre Vol.1

Hélène Schmitt

The Fourth Book of Violin Sonatas by Jean-Marie Leclair is considered the pinnacle of French Baroque violin artistry. Hélène Schmitt, herself celebrated as an exceptional violinist, has for many years intensively studied the life and work of the great musician, whose career repeatedly took unexpected turns and whose life ended abruptly with a murder that is still unsolved today.


Hell und Dunkel

Maria Vekilova-Desmet

For our new SACD album (stereo and ultichannel surround sound!), organist Maria Vekilova-Desmet has juxtaposed key works of Baroque music with compositions of contemporary times: contrast is the central motif of her concept album entitled " Hell und Dunkel" ("Light and Dark")


Jan Albert van Eyken

Complete Organ Sonatas

Ute Gremmel-Geuchen

Jan Albert van Eyken's organ works stand in the tradition of the organ compositions of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Robert Schumann. His three large organ sonatas are now available for the first time in one complete recording.

Louis Vierne Complete Organ Symphonies

Louis Vierne

Complete Organ Symphonies bundle

Daniel Roth - Stephen Tharp


Louis Vierne

Complete Organ Symphonies Vols. 1&2

Daniel Roth

François (Charles) Dieupart

Suittes de Clavessin par Monsieur Dieupart

Bob van Asperen

Bach model Dieupart completely redefined: After intensive research, Bob van Asperen presents for the first time sensational evidence about the life of Dieupart - who did not die impoverished in London, as previously assumed, but rather enjoyed a peaceful retirement in France. Even more important are the insights about the genesis of the original scores and the conclusions Bob van Asperen draws from them with regard to a proper performance of the works.


Belgian Symphonic Organ

Peter Van de Velde

For his new album "Belgian symphonic organ", Antwerp cathedral organist Peter Van de Velde has recorded a delightful program with lots of exciting rarities: at the centre of the program is a world premiere recording of the three-movement organ symphony in B minor by Camille Jacquemin (1899 - 1947), a student of Vincent d'Indy and Louis Vierne.


The jury "Keyboard Instruments" awards our album "Belgian Symphonic Organ" with Peter Van de Velde the "Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik" (Bestenliste I/23)!


Last August, AEOLUS recorded all performances during the inauguration festivities of the new Mainz Cathedral organs live. Now, hot off the press, a new Super Audio CD (stereo and 5.1 surround) is available with a cross-section of the performances by Mainz Cathedral organist Daniel Beckmann.


In April 2022, Aeolus producer Christoph Martin Frommen travelled to Paris and Lyon with Luxembourg organist Maurice Clement in the footsteps of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll.


Support our Jean Guillou/Franz Liszt recording project with Zuzana Ferjenčíková playing the organ of Saint-Eustache in Paris : the crowdfunding campaign has just started!


This second week of November, AEOLUS recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen traveled to Paris to record works by Jean Guillou and Franz Liszt with organist Zuzana Ferjenčíková at the J.L.Van den Heuvel organ in the Eglise Saint-Eustache.


In November, Zuzana Ferjenčíková will be recording a first album for AEOLUS at the Van den Heuvel organ of Saint-Eustache in Paris.


New digital only album "SYMPHONIE PASSION" released by AEOLUS: Cathedral organist Winfried Bönig plays works by Dupré, Barber, Messiaen, Howells on the Klais organs of Cologne Cathedral.


In the second week of April this year, AEOLUS recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen travelled to the city of Lemgo (Germany) to record the historic Scherer organ (built in 1613) in the St.Mary's church.


In the third week of March this year, AEOLUS recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen travelled to the village of Langwarden (northern Germany) to record the historic organ (built by Hermann Kröger and Berendt Huss in 1650) in the St.Laurentius church.


The fourth volume of the Bach harpsichord concertos series has been awarded by French magazine Diapason with the most prestigious award "Diapason d'Or". Congratulations to Aapo Häkkinen, Miklós Spányi, Cristiano Holtz, Anna-Maaria Oramo, and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra!


The 4th volume of the Louis Couperin Edition has been released: Vol.1-4 now cover Louis Couperin's complete harpsichord works. Bob van Asperen signed 50 CDs for our customers!


Fantastic news for lovers of opulent baroque organ music: In October Aeolus has produced a recording of J.S.Bach's "Art of the Fugue" on the famous Hildebrandt organ in Naumburg played by Samuel Kummer, the organist of the Dresden Frauenkirche.


Aeolus supports the First Virtual Organ Competition in Germany, which will take place next September as part of the Deidesheim Music Autumn.


In the first week of June this year, AEOLUS recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen travelled to Lübeck to record the famous gothic organ (1467/1515, Friederich Stellwagen 1637) in the Jakobikirche.


DER SPIEGEL, Germany's most importamt news magazine, reviews the AEOLUS CD "All Lust und Freud" with Bernhard Klapprott performing on a 400-year-old clavicytherium.


Aeolus produces a new Super Audio CD with Peter Van de Velde. In November the titular organist of the monumental Pierre Schyven organ of the Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp recorded transcriptions of César Franck's late works on his instrument.
Aeolus continues the successful collaboration with Peter Van de Velde and will release the artist's tenth album on our label in spring 2020.


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.


Where you now can find CDs from the Unda Maris label...


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