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Jae-Hyuck Cho|Bach, Liszt, Widor: Organ Works at la Madeleine

Bach, Liszt, Widor: Organ Works at la Madeleine

Jae-Hyuck Cho

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This recording does not only honor the beauty and the magnificence of the instrument, it is also, indeed, a tribute to the works that forged its history. Fascinated by the organ since he was a child, Jae-Hyuck Cho chose, for this album, the Great Organ of the Madeleine in Paris, whose superb timbre still exerts its magnetism and power over composers and artists. Right next to that mythical instrument stands Johann Sebastian Bach and his work, which, from the Toccata BWV 565 to Fantasy and Fugue on a BACH theme, imbues this program. Jae-Hyuck Cho sets his playing approach on a clear lineage that widely acknowledges the past and its figures, but also looks forward. Far from restricting to the limits of musical tradition, Cho offers Pahdo, a work that he commissioned to the Korean composer Texu Kim. With such a vision, musical history is an everlasting ongoing story that keeps grounding in its roots. © Evidence

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Bach, Liszt, Widor: Organ Works at la Madeleine

Jae-Hyuck Cho

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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
00:09:11

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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2
Bach's Memento: V. Sicilienne
00:02:52

Charles-Marie Widor, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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3
Organ Symphony No. 5, Op. 42 No. 1: V. Toccata
00:05:58

Charles-Marie Widor, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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4
Fantasy and Fugue on the Theme Bach, S 260/2
00:11:58

Franz Liszt, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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Pahdo
00:10:04

Texu Kim, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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Fantasy and Fugue on the Choral "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam", S. 259
00:32:19

Franz Liszt, Composer - Jae-Hyuck Cho, MainArtist

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This recording does not only honor the beauty and the magnificence of the instrument, it is also, indeed, a tribute to the works that forged its history. Fascinated by the organ since he was a child, Jae-Hyuck Cho chose, for this album, the Great Organ of the Madeleine in Paris, whose superb timbre still exerts its magnetism and power over composers and artists. Right next to that mythical instrument stands Johann Sebastian Bach and his work, which, from the Toccata BWV 565 to Fantasy and Fugue on a BACH theme, imbues this program. Jae-Hyuck Cho sets his playing approach on a clear lineage that widely acknowledges the past and its figures, but also looks forward. Far from restricting to the limits of musical tradition, Cho offers Pahdo, a work that he commissioned to the Korean composer Texu Kim. With such a vision, musical history is an everlasting ongoing story that keeps grounding in its roots. © Evidence

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