60144 - Liszt Organ Works Vol.2

The German pubisher called Membran gave a chance to Mr Haselbock to record Liszt organworks providing the highest available techinal background for the recordings. Why is this record so interesting? First of all, the artist plays on an a fantastic German organ made in 1873. The second piece of this series includes a very good selection of Liszt works. It was a good decision to put together the works of Preludium und fuge uber B-A-C-H, Orpheus, Les Morts and the Evocation a la chapelle Sixtine. Moreover, one of the best organ artists plays on the 46 registers music instrument in the church of Kothen and provides thousands of sound tones giving back the awesome and gigantic 'Liszt visions'.
Gramofon Hungary (engl.) 01.02.2006