“Bach and the Lutheran Legacy” and
“Female Organists and Composers”
20-29 October, 2017

Masterclasses and Repertoire 2015

The organ academy will feature masterclasses on:
– 19th-century French organ music with Joris Verdin
– 19th-century German organ music with Ludger Lohmann

This year, there are no parallel masterclasses, so everyone can participate in all eight classes.

The repertoire includes:
– Lefébure-Wély: Meditaciones religiosas, 1858; Offertoires opus 34 & 35; L’Organiste Moderne
– Lemmens: Four Pieces in the Free Style, 1866
– Franck: Pièces posthumes; Six Pièces; Trois Pièces; Trois Chorals
– Widor: Symphonie Gothique
– Mendelssohn: Sonata I (Göteborg), all Sonatas (Gammalkil)
– Ritter: Sonata III
– Brahms: Fugue in a-flat minor, and Chorale Prelude “Herzlich tut mich verlangen” (6/4)
– Reger: Phantasie und Fuge in d minor op. 135b
– Schumann: Canon nr. 4 (a-flat major), and the last B-A-C-H fugue
– Liszt: Praeludium und Fuge über B-A-C-H
– Rheinberger: Sonata III
– Karg-Elert: Chorale Prelude “Jesu, meine Freude”

Active participants are kindly requested to list which piece(s) they will prepare on the registration form. You may use any of the available music editions.