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Gassenhauer at Esterházy Palace

Anton Holzapfel

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Organ Sonata in F Major, Wq. 70/3, H. 84  
1
I. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Anton Holzapfel
4:40
2
II. Largo
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Anton Holzapfel
2:55
3
III. Allegretto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Anton Holzapfel
5:51
5 Pieces for Musical Clock, WoO 33  
4
No. 5. Minuet. Allegretto – Trio
Ludwig van Beethoven; Anton Holzapfel
5:22
5
No. 2. Scherzo. Allegro – Trio
Anonymous; Ludwig van Beethoven; Anton Holzapfel
2:09
6
Andante in F Major, K. 616
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anton Holzapfel
7:22
L'amor marinaro ossia Il corsaro  
7
Pria ch'io l'impegno magistral prenda (arr. by J. Woelfl)
Joseph Weigl; Joseph Wölfl; Anton Holzapfel
1:03
Variations on a Rondo from “Die Schöpfung” by Joseph Haydn in F Major  
8
Allegretto – Var. I, III-V
Sigismund Ritter von Neukomm; Anton Holzapfel
3:30
Works for Flute Clock, Hob. XIX  
9
No. 25. Marche
Anonymous; Franz Joseph Haydn; Anton Holzapfel
1:20
10
No. 27. Allegretto
Anonymous; Franz Joseph Haydn; Anton Holzapfel
2:04
11
Thema (Allegretto) e Variazioni in F Major
Martin Vogt; Anton Holzapfel
4:49
12
Adagio in C Major, K 356 (617a)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anton Holzapfel
3:35
30 Stücke für Spieluhren auch Drehorgeln, Wq. 193, H. 635  
13
No. 9. Menuet I alternative, Menuet II
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Anton Holzapfel
2:55
14
No. 16. March I
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Anton Holzapfel
1:35
15
Pastorale in C Major
Johann Georg Albrechtsberger; Anton Holzapfel
1:59
Der Morgen und der Abend  
16
No. 9. Für den Herbstmonat. Die Jagd
Leopold Mozart; Anton Holzapfel
1:25
17
No. 10. Für den Weinmonat. Menueto
Leopold Mozart; Anton Holzapfel
1:20
18
Variations on the theme “Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser” in G Major, Hob. III:77(II)
Franz Joseph Haydn; Anton Holzapfel
6:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:22
The salon organ at Esterházy Palace in Austria is one of the world's most fascinating organs from the early 19th century, used in Haydn's time but stored in a old building and neglected for years. An extensive five year restoration and reconstruction project ending in 2013 brought the instrument back to life, ready for Anton Holzapfel to record this programme of secular organ music comprising well-known and popular tunes composed for domestic use.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Orlando Records Studio Masters

Recording date: 17 & 18 Nov 2014
Recording venue: Esterházy Palace, Eisenstadt/Austria
Recording & editing: Jens Jamin
Producer: Anton Holzapfel
Liner notes: Florian Bayer, Anton Holzapfel
Photos: Rita Skof, Beethoven-Haus Bonn
Bellows treader: Martin Pichler
Assistant: Florian Wieninger
Graphic design: Brigitte Fröhlich

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