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 1 - David RUMSEY *, Carl HOFNER, Karl Hermann KÖHL, Clarence EDDY, Marcel DUPRÉ, Edwin H. LEMARE
   • The Britannic Organ vol. 1 •
  • W. A. Mozart : Ouverture The Marriage of Figaro KV 492, Türkischer Marsch, Fantasia for Mechanical Organ KV 608
  • E. Grieg : Morgenstimmung (Morgenstemning), Åses Tod (Åses død) from Peer Gynt-Suite
  • L. van Beethoven : Egmont Ouverture op. 84, Wellingtons Sieg (Wellington’s Victory) op. 91 (Reconstruction)
  • H. Berlioz : Ballet des sylphes de La Damnation de Faust op. 24
  • R. Wagner : Excerpts from Lohengrin
  • F. Hérold : Zampa Ouverture
  • J. S. Bach : Herzlich tut mich verlangen BWV 727, Praeludium and Fugue in C minor BWV 549 [played by Carl Hofner (1842-1912)]
  • A. Guilmant : March on a theme of G.F. Haendel [played by Karl Hermann Köhl (1855-1919)]
  • M. Reger : Pastorale [ played by Clarence Eddy (1851-1937)], Benedictus*
  • Félix Mendelssohn : Ruy Blas Overture [played by E. H. Lemare (1865-1934)]
  • M. Dupré : Improvisation on a Theme of Schubert ”Wiegenlied” D498 [played by Dupré, ca 1922]
  • J. Callaerts : Finale from Toccata op. 23/3*
  • J. S. Bach : Jesu bleibet meine Freude BWV 147*, Choral Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn BWV 648*, Concerto by Duke Wilhelm Ernst *
  • J. Haydn : Pièces pour horloge mécanique No 18 in F major Der Kaffeeklatsch (Coffee Chatter)*, No 5 in C major*
  • O. Lindberg : Gammal Fåbodspsalm från Dalarna*
  • Félix Mendelssohn : Andante religioso de la 2e Sonate *
  • L. Boëllmann : Menuet gothique*
  • Jules Grison : Toccata en Fa mineur*
- Seewen Museum für Musikautomaten [Welte-Philharmonie-Orgel]
- Disque Oehms; 840, années 1910-20, 2011*, 2 CDs (598)
The true identity of the organ featured here was not discovered until 2007. It was originally built in 1913/14 for the “Britannic” ocean liner, sister of the “Titanic”. Because the vessel was used as a hospital ship during World War I, it was probably never installed on the ship’s passenger deck. It has been renovated and called the “Britannic Organ” and is in outstanding condition. Here we have performances by Rumsey, as well as Welte rolls and some of the oldest recordings of historic organists.

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