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Scherer Organ Tangermuende

Aeolus has recorded a new album with Léon Berben at the historic Hans Scherer organ (1624) of Tangermünde

12/10/2015

Aeolus' producer Chris Frommen has just recorded a new album with Léon Berben at the historic Hans Scherer organ (1624) of Tangermünde.

Following the 6 CD edition with the complete keyboard works of Jan Pieterszon Sweelinck (AE-11021) the Dutch organist and harpsichordist has chosen to record the complete organ works of Sweelinck's pupil Melchior Schildt (1592 - 1667) who was organist in Hannover. The program is completed by the Magnificat of Delphin Strunck (1601-1694) and some pieces from anonymous composers of the period. Release is planned in 2016, on Super Audio CD.

Hans Scherer Organ Tangermuende

Hans Scherer Organ Tangermuende (1624)

St. Stephanus Tangermuende

St. Stephanus Tangermuende

Léon Berben at the Scherer organ of Tangermuende

Léon Berben at the Scherer organ of Tangermuende

Léon Berben and Christoph Martin Frommen

Léon Berben and Christoph Martin Frommen

DPA 4006 microphones used for the recording

DPA 4006 microphones used for the recording