- Performer:Gregory D'Agostino
- Title:Monuments of Germanic Music
- Date of release:1995
- Size FLAC version1924 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1791 megabytes
- Size WMA version1511 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 VOX AC3 MPC MOD DXD
One of America's most exciting concert organists, Gregory D’Agostino has been hailed by The New York Times for his deft, powerful performances, and The Washington Post has likewise proclaimed his playing as brilliant and impeccable. Among his CDs are Monuments of Germanic Music (Centaur Records), Organ Festival – Live Recordings (Gigue Records), Islands & Vistas (Orcas Records), Dan Locklair's Concerto for Organ and Orchestra (Slovak Radio Orchestra; Albany Records), Babbitt’s Manifold Music (Bridge Records), and Crumb’s Pastoral Drone (Grammy-winning series; Bridge Records).
Monuments is a compilation album by the German power metal band Edguy, released on 14 July 2017. The album was released as a two-CD/DVD package including 22 old songs, five new songs, and a previously unreleased song from the original Savage Poetry recordings back in 1995. The package also includes a two-hour DVD and a photobook. Frontman Tobias Sammet wrote two of the new songs on his own, while guitarists Jens Ludwig, Dirk Sauer and bassist Tobias Exxel co-wrote each of the other three.
The Music of Milton Babbitt.
Premiered numerous works, including Milton Babbitt's Manifold Music, Dan Locklair's Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, Junnosuke Yamamoto's Orgelpunkt, Stephen Dembski's Contemplations, Atsuhiko Gondai's Eternal Bell, David Diamond's Fantasy on Old Hundredth for Brass and Organ. First recordings of George Crumb's Pastoral Drone, Babbitt's Manifold; premiere performance of Ned Rorem's complete works for organ. First prize, Juilliard Concerto Competition.
George Crumb, Gregory D'Agostino, Penn Contemporary Players, Jan DeGaetani, Gregory Fulkerson, Robert Shannon, Thomas Conlin. Am Grabe Richard Wagners, S267/R387. Franz Liszt, Gregory D'Agostino. Monuments of Germanic Music.
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Performed by organist Gregory D'Agostino, Fairfield Orchestra, Thomas Crawford, conductor. Веб-версия YouTube Music для компьютера. Organ Concerto by Poulenc. Gregory D'Agostino, organist. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все.
CreditsGregory D'Agostino - Liner Notes, Organ, Primary Artist
Victor E. Sachse - Executive Producer
|Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, opera, WWV 96|
|2||Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (V), chorale prelude for organ, BWV 731 (BC K134)||Gregory D'Agostino||3:11|
|3||Nun freut euch, lieben Christen gmein (I), chorale prelude for organ, BWV 734 (BC K125)||Gregory D'Agostino||1:59|
|Passacaglia and Fugue, for organ in C minor, BWV 582 (BC J79)|
|Pastels (7) from the Lake of Constance, for organ, Op.96|
|5||No. 1, Soul of the Lake||Gregory D'Agostino||5:38|
|6||No. 5, The Sun's Evensong||Gregory D'Agostino||4:34|
|7||No. 7, Hymn to the Stars||Gregory D'Agostino||4:25|
|8||No. 7, Hymn to the Stars||Gregory D'Agostino||2:57|
|Consolations (6), for piano, S. 172 (LW A111a/2)|
|9||Consolation in E major||Gregory D'Agostino||2:44|
|10||Consolation in D flat major (Adagio)||Gregory D'Agostino||2:57|
|11||Am Grabe Richard Wagners, for organ, S. 267 (LW E38)||Gregory D'Agostino||11:03|