Recordings

Complete Organ Works of Pietro Alessandro Yon (1886-1943)
Pietro Alessandro Yon - Complete Organ Works

Elisa Teglia recorded for the Tactus edition the complete organ works of Pietro Alessandro Yon (1886-1943), an italian/american musician, organist of the St. Patrick Cathedral in New York. Yon wrote a large number of organ works, with a particular taste for virtuosity and musicality. In the 4 CD of this publication, distributed from July 2018, there is also a booklet with the biography of the author and the analysis of his organ works.

I Patrimoni della Storia. L'organo Facchetti (1526) della chiesa di S. Michele in Bosco (BO)

CD live products from Dipast (Centro Internazionale di Didattica della Storia e del Patrimonio) of the University of Bologna, recorded on the ancient organ Facchetti (1526) in the S. Michele in Bosco (Bologna) Church, November 2012. Adriano Banchieri has been organist in this Church, at this organ. In the CD, musics of Sweelinck, Merula, Paisiello, Banchieri, Vignali, Frescobaldi, Martini, Muffat, Sarti

Viaggio nell' 800 organistico italiano all'alba dell'Unità

CD live products from Dipast (Centro Internazionale di Didattica della Storia e del Patrimonio) of the University of Bologna, recorded on the magnificent organ Serassi (1828) in the S. Caterina di Strada Maggiore (Bologna) Church, October 2011.

Organo Küttinger (1775) di Vézelise

CD/DVD of italian musics from XVI to XIX century, recorded on the famous Küttinger organ (1775) in Vézelise (F).

Elisa Teglia joue Théodore Dubois et Théodore Gouvy sur l'orgue de Hombourg-Haut (F)

In February 2010 was published the CD recorded in the church of Hombourg-Haut (F), with musics of Th. Dubois and Th. Gouvy

Mascioni 1829-2009

In 2009 Elisa joined the CD promoted for the 180° anniversary of the Mascioni Company, "Mascioni 1829-2009", reconding on the organ in Castellanza (VA) pieces of Mendelssohn and Lefébure-Wély

Pagine organistiche in concerto

CD live “Pagine organistiche in concerto” edited by Videoradio (Milano/Alessandria) with pieces of the french, italian and german romanticism.

 

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