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AE 10236

Johann Sebastian Bach:

"a Violino e Cembalo"

Erich Höbarth - Aapo Häkkinen

Special offer New 2 CD set Super Audio CD

Introductory offer € 19,99 (instead of € 24,99 )

Almost every music lover has probably heard Erich Höbarth play at least once: active as Nikolaus Harnoncourt’s concertmaster, as first violinist of the Quatuor Mosaïques, and in many other positions of musical life, heard in numerous recordings and television broadcasts, he is an almost omnipresent figure. Höbarth unites historical performance practice with the self-assured poise of an individual artistic personality. The Viennese violinist has found here a congenial partner in the young Aapo Häkkinen from Helsinki, who, exactly like Höbarth, can already boast extensive experience as an ensemble director.

AE 11111

Ludwig van Beethoven:

Beethoven - organ perspectives

Maria-Magdalena Kaczor

New Super Audio CD 5 Diapason Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik

« Beethoven ? But did he ever compose anything for the organ? » We do not know the exact answer to this question. Yet the theme of Beethoven’s relationship to the “King of Instruments” has time and again occupied, indeed fascinated musicologists, but above all organists. Why is this? Is it the hardly conceivable idea that the composer only wrote very little for the organ and above all – compared to his work overall – little of note? To supply proof that Beethoven bequeathed us compositions that – if indeed not expressly composed for organ – nonetheless may outstandingly be performed on the instrument of his youthful years for which he like many young people felt considerable fascination: such is the aim of the present recording...


Aeolus recording engineer Christoph Martin Frommen has recently recorded a new double album dedicated to the complete organ music of the walloon composer Guy Weitz (1883-1970), who lived and worked in London after 1914. Weitz was a pupil of Alexandre Guilmant and Charles-Marie Widor and a contemporary of Joseph Jongen.



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



Aeolus' producer Christoph Martin Frommen has just finished new fascinating recordings at the St. Remi Basilica in Reims (Champagne-Ardenne, France) with five famous organists: Vincent Dubois, Olivier Latry, Jean-Baptiste Robin, Benoît Mernier and Pierre Farago.



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.



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



Aeolus has just finished the recordings for an SACD hybrid with organist and pianist Maria-Magdalena Kaczor. The title of the album will be "Beethoven - organ perspectives".



Aeolus' recording producer Christoph Martin Frommen just returned from St.Guilhem-le-Désert (F) where he recorded three prestigious organ recitals that were given at the beginning of May 2014 on the occasion of the restoration of the famous J.P.Cavaillé organ by three international artists.



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



The January 2013 issue of Fono Forum, leading magazine for classical music and CD reviews in Germany, comes with a free AEOLUS sampler CD. The CD contains extracts from the spectacular AEOLUS Bach organ edition and from other recent AEOLUS SuperAudio releases.



A new video shows impressions from the recording session for the AEOLUS release "Boccherini: Stabat mater" with Amaryllis Dieltiens, soprano, and her ensemble Capriola Di Gioia.



A launch concert took place on April 20 at the Royal Academy of Music, London: Peter Holtslag (recorder) and Elizabeth Kenny (lute) presented the new AEOLUS SACD "Awakening Princesses".



During a most interesting radio show on France Musique (Radio France) Bob van Asperen's AEOLUS recording of Johann Sebastian Bach's "French Suites" was rated as the best. The comparison included interpretations by artists from France, USA, and Netherlands.



Peter Holtslag and AEOLUS celebrated their latest SACD release at the "recorder summit" in Schwelm, Germany. It's called "Awakening Princesses", and it's about really special ladies: They come from Oxford, they are about 300 years old and they are made from wood and ebony ...



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



AEOLUS releases now on Super Audio CDs (SACD). What this means and the advantages for the listener.



AEOLUS is a record label specializing in Baroque Music and music for organ. Our goal, and that of our artists, is to present superb interpretations performed on the most appropriate instruments. In order to achieve this, we often travel throughout Europe to record rare historical instruments.