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Organ Sensation (2006)


Felix-Alexandre Guitmant 

Sonata No. 1 in D Minor

I. Introduction - Allegro

II. Pastoral

III. Final


J.G. Rheinberger 

Abendfriede, op. 156


Louis Vierne 
Symphony No. 1, op. 14

VI. Final


Franz Liszt

Prelude & Fugue on B-A-C-H


Franz Liszt

Fantasy and Fugue on "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam"




“Felix Hell is a real phenomenon, a young man who’s been packing ’em in at organ recitals for years, although at the time this recording was made in June of 2002, he wasn’t old enough to vote …Most impressive are the two Liszt works. Hell makes the most of the power and color of the lage Shoenstein instrument, but is also fully attuned to all the contrapuntal and architectural complexities of the pieces…The organ sound is rich and dense, maintaining its focus when loud, and the recorded perspective is ideal – close enough for detail and timbral nuance but not so close that the organ doesn’t have room to breathe. Low bass is almost scary. If you have a subwoofer in a small-to-medium sized room, prepare to have your eardrums pressurized” –Andrew Quint, THE ABSOLUTE SOUND

Organ Sensation (2006)

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