* Antonín Dvorák
From the moment of its inception Dvorák’s “New World” Symphony has
figured among the
most popular works of the symphonic repertoire.
Now the leading concert organist Zsigmond Szathmáry (b. 1939) has
reworked its musical
substance into a new piece that exploits the full potential of the
organ. The result is virtuoso
organ music that will challenge organists and delight audiences –
or, to quote a recent critic,
presents “choral dimensions of matchless artistry”.
- New addition to the organ repertoire
- Outstanding virtuoso organ writing
Symphony No.9 New World Op.95 arr Organ