Scott Hanoian plays Brahms Organ Works at Washington National Cathedral

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Recording of the complete organ works of Johannes Brahms, recorded on the pipe organ at Washington National Cathedral, Scott Hanoian, organist.

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Scott Hanoian, formerly Assistant Organist at Washington National Cathedral, recorded the complete organ works of the Romanticist-Classicist composer, Johannes Brahms, on the Cathedral’s pipe organ. This music is intelligently played by Mr. Hanoian in a symphonic manner, using all of the color possibilities of the cathedral’s pipe organ. The booklet features excellent musical notes, a full stop list and an interview with Scott about his career as a professional musician.

 NameComposer
1Mein Jesu, der du michJohannes Brahms
2Herzliebster JesuJohannes Brahms
3O Welt, ich muss dich lassenJohannes Brahms
4Herzlich tut mich erfreuenJohannes Brahms
5Schmucke dich, o liebe SeeleJohannes Brahms
6O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr FrommenJohannes Brahms
7O Gott, du frommer GottJohannes Brahms
8Es ist ein Ros entsprungenJohannes Brahms
9Herzlich tut mich verlangen [1st version]Johannes Brahms
10Herzlich tut mich verlangen [2nd version]Johannes Brahms
11O Welt, ich muss dich lassenJohannes Brahms
12Prelude in a minorJohannes Brahms
13Fugue in a minorJohannes Brahms
14Prelude on “O Traurigkeit Herzelied”Johannes Brahms
15Fugue on “O Traurigkeit Herzelied”Johannes Brahms
16Fugue in a-flat minorJohannes Brahms
17Prelude in g minorJohannes Brahms
18Fugue in g minorJohannes Brahms

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