Wagner is played on the Cavaillé-Coll located in Iglesia del Salvador, Usurbil, recreating a musical soirée of the times when this very organ was located in the home of the Albert Baron de l’Espée, a great Wagner enthusiast. Moved to the church after the Baron's death, the 2-30 was completed in 1907 and is the last instrument owned by the Baron, who was Cavaillé-Coll’s famous sponsor. (The Baron also owned the organ now in Sacré-Coeur in Paris). Christoph Kuhlmann plays and soprano Suzanne Thorp sings the Wesendonck Lieder.WAGNER: Prelude and Karfreitagszauber from ParsifalFuneral March from GötterdämmerungPrelude from Rienzi Prelude from Tristan und Isolde Five songs after poems by Mathilde Wesendonck: Der Engel, Stehe still, Im Treibhause, Schmerzen, Träume

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