Our album with mid 19th century organ music from Germany performed by Daniel Roth on "his" organ, the famous Aristide Cavaillé-Coll organ from 1862 at the Saint-Sulpice church in Paris, is now back in stock, after having been unavailable since some years. Limited stock however.
Maestro Daniel Roth version of Julius Reubke's c minor organ Sonata "The 94th Psalm" (1857) is a milestone in the history of organ music recordings, one of the most dramatic and internalised interpretations of this unique masterpiece. It's the central work of this album which has been awarded the french Diapason d'Or and CHOC du Monde de la Musique. Compositions by Franz Liszt (Symphonic Poem "Orpheus" from 1854, and 4th Consolation) and August Gottfried Ritter's 3rd Organ Sonata in a minor complete this purely romantic recital, recorded on one of the most emblematic 19th century organs in the world.
Based on the evidence of Roth's interpretations and the recording quality, the choice makes musical sense.