Symphonic Organ Music
Thomas Dahl plays a new 2-44 organ built by the Winterhalter firm at the Parish Church of Our Lady in Achern, Germany, largely in the ca. 1870 style of Cavaillé-Coll but also incorporating characteristics of the south German romantic organ of the period. The fine sound emanates from a handsome, free-standing case in the West gallery with unusual placement of the Grand Orgue in a very large and handsome case on the gallery rail of this medium-sized church with very fine acoustics.
Symphony 4 in g
Aria from Symphony 6
Pastorale, Berceuse (24 Pièces style libre)
Prélude, Andantino, Caprice, Marche nuptiale (24 Pièces de Fantaisie)