Course 15

Course 15: Nathan Laube: Mendelssohn-Schumann-Brahms & the New German School of Liszt and Reubke

Bach may be considered alpha, but is he also omega? After all, after Bach, Germany still had many great composers, such as Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, Julius Reubke and Max Reger. These composers are discussed in the course about the organ works that were created in the German Romantic period. Haarlem has several organs where this music sounds great. Under the guidance of Nathan Laube, the students will look for the red line that may be found during this turbulent period.
The young American organist Nathan Laube is an associate professor at Eastman School of Music, having previously taught in Birmingham and Stuttgart. His versatility and new perspectives on the organ and music make him one of the festival guests we are looking forward to!


Felix Mendelssohn: Complete works for Organ
Robert Schumann: Complete works for Organ
Johannes Brahms: Complete works for Organ
Frans Liszt:
Variations on 'Weinen Klagen, Sorgen, Sagen'
Präludium und Fuge über den BACH
Fantasie und Fuge über 'Ad nos, ad salutarem undam'
Julius Reubke: Sonata 'Der 94. Psalm'

Extra course = extra discount
Book another course and receive a discount! You will receive an additional discount for each additional course booked (with a maximum of 6). The discount is automatically calculated in the shopping cart after booking.

NB. The following courses cannot be combined:

  • Course 1 (Foccroulle) + Course 6 (Robin)
  • Course 2 (Zerer) + Course 3 (Melcová)
  • Course 5 (Robin) + Course 7 (Foccroulle)
  • Course 4 (Zerer) + Course 8 (Szathmáry)
  • Course 11 (Van Doeselaar) + Course 16 (Latry)
  • Course 17 (Laube) + Course 13 (Van Doeselaar) + Course 14 (Verdin)
  • Course 18 (Summereder) + Course 15 (Laube)
  • Course 12 (Planyavsky) + Course 19 (Latry)


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