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August Ritter: The Complete Organ Sonatas

Michael Harris

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Organ Sonata No. 3 in A Minor, Op. 23  
1
Rasch (1)
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
3:07
2
Nicht schleppend
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
6:46
3
Rasch (2)
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
5:46
4
Entschlossen
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
4:21
Organ Sonata No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 11  
5
I. Allegro
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
3:07
6
II. Andante
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
2:27
7
III. Allegro
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
3:34
8
IV. Andante con moto
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
1:30
9
V. Allegro
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
1:38
Organ Sonata No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 19  
10
Rasch und entschlossen
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
2:52
11
Ruhige Bewegung
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
6:03
12
Rasch und feurig
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
4:40
Organ Sonata No. 4 in A Major, Op. 31  
13
I. Ruhig und heiter
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
5:03
14
II. Frisch und kräftig
August Gottfried Ritter; Michael Harris
11:07
Total Playing Time    62:01
August Ritter was a Romantic-era German composer whose focus was solely dedicated to creating works for the organ. He is credited, along with Felix Mendelssohn, for creating the organ sonata, and his four contributions to this genre, written between 1846 and 1856, are expertly interpreted here by Michael Harris, Master of the Music for St Giles’ Cathedral Edinburgh.
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