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Compositions for Recorder and organ by Bernard Wayne Sanders

Regina Sanders, Recorders
Bernard Sanders, Jehmlich-Organ, Maria-Königin, Tuttlingen


 

amb 96921
EAN 4011392969215

Bernard Wayne Sanders (*1957)
Three pieces for Alto-Recorder and Organ
Eclogue & Fugue in A-flat for Organ
Sonata in f for Alto-Recorder and Organ
Eclogue & Fugue in b for Organ
Fantasie-Ricercar for Alto-Recorder and Organ
Melodie for Alto-Recorder and Organ
Eclogue & Fugue in f-sharp for Organ
Suite for Recorder and Organ
Bonus Track: „Rhapsody on Two Southern Harmonies” for Organ

Bernard Wayne Sanders
was born in Wisconsin, USA. There he earned his Bachelor of usic Degree at St. Norbert College, then obtained his aster of Music Degree from ichita State University, Kansas, SA. He then went to Hamburg, Germany, where he completed an organ diploma at the Musikhochschule. He also completed examinations for church music in Hamburg and Cologne. During his studies Sanders held various positions as organist. In 1994 he switched to a position with regional responsibilities in Tuttlingen (Baden-Wurttemberg).
Sanders´ studies in America included instruction in composition. Rooted in an American tradition, his personal idiom is marked by the spontaneous combination of diverse elements. Rhythmic conciseness, melodic accessibility, and organic harmonic changes are reminiscent of various styles, impressionism or jazz for example. His works have also been successful in international competitions.
Prof. Craig Cramer of the University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Indiana, USA) writes that “[Sanders´] works are always so well constructed, so idiomatic to the organ, and are at the same time accessible to the listener...“