Stohr / Lehtola / Konttori-Gustafsson: Solo & Chamber Music for Organ

Stohr / Lehtola / Konttori-Gustafsson: Solo & Chamber Music for Organ

Stohr / Lehtola / Konttori-Gustafsson: Solo & Chamber Music for Organ

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Title: Solo & Chamber Music for Organ
Artist: Stohr / Lehtola / Konttori-Gustafsson
Label: Toccata
UPC: 5060113442802
Genre: Classical Artists

Like Korngold, Toch, Schoenberg, Zeisl and Zemlinsky, Richard Stöhr (1874-1967) was one of many Austrian composers driven into American exile by the Nazis. His generous output of music, being rediscovered at last in these Toccata Classics recordings, includes seven symphonies, much chamber music, songs, and choral and piano pieces. His output for organ is not extensive, but it's quality is high: the instrument plays an important role in a number of Stöhr's orchestral works, and here Stöhr presents the organ in two thoroughly attractive duos and an imposing solo sonata. The Sonata and Intermezzi sit downstream from Brahms in the tradition of Viennese classicism; the chromatic touches in the later Suite lean towards the language of Korngold.


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