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L'Ange et le Diable

Rainer Zipperling

A famous historical quote provided the idea for this program: Marin Marais and Antoine Forqueray, the outstanding French baroque viola da gamba virtuosos, were like “angel” and “devil” for their contemporaries – antithetical figures who produced greatly different sounds on their instruments.

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Flanders Recorder Duo

Flanders Recorder Duo: The name of the ensemble rightly suggests that it emerged from the Flanders Recorder Quartet, which ended its incredibly successful international stage career in 2018. Already the FRQ amazed with the expressiveness of its "only" 4 recorders - the Flanders Recorder Duo now takes this to the extreme.

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Felix Weingartner

Wallfahrt nach Kevelaer

René Perler

The German pilgrimage place of Kevelaer, close to the frontier with the Netherlands, is famous for its large basilica and the organ it houses built in 1907, which is one of the largest church organs in all Germany.
In this recording, this instrument magnificently replaces an entire orchestra.

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Johann Sebastian Bach

The Art of Fugue

Samuel Kummer

The Art of Fugue is Bach's last great work for a keyboard instrument. There is no other organ that is so closely related to the Art of Fugue as the organ of the Stadtkirche St. Wenzel zu Naumburg by Zacharias Hildebrandt. It embodies Bach's ideal type of organ and it was created almost simultaneously with the Art of Fugue.

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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.

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28/07/2021

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.

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16/04/2021

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.

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16/04/2021

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!

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26/11/2020

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!

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24/11/2020

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.

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27/11/2020

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

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21/07/2020

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.

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14/06/2020

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.

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16/04/2020

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.

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01/12/2019

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).

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13/07/2019

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.

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15/02/2019

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.

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20/11/2018

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

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25/09/2018

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

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01/05/2018

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.

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21/01/2018

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.

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13/05/2016

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

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12/05/2015

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.

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25/09/2015

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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13/08/2013

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

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02/01/2008

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