Sunday, October 16 - 2016
Janette Fishell, Chair of the Organ Department at Indiana University, has appeared in many of the world's greatest concert venues. Of her performance at a national AGO convention, one critic wrote: "Fabulous.... a flawless recital. One could only admire her sense of skill and bravura" (The Diapason). Dr. Fishell's program on the Flentrop organ includes works by Bach and Hindemith, but it will emphasize music of Max Reger, the centennial of whose death is commemorated this year. This recital, made possible through the support of the Max Reger Foundation of America, will be preceded by a lecture at 4:00 in Goodson Chapel featuring Prof. Christopher Anderson (Southern Methodist University).
Duke University Chapel
Janette Fishell, Organist
A recital honoring the musical legacy of Max Reger in the centenary year of his death October 16, 2016Fantasia und Fuge G moll, BWV542 (11:30)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)From Neun Stücke für die Orgel, Opus 129
Max Reger (1873-1916)
4. Melodia (approx. 5')Sonata I (1937) (18:30)
Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)
i. Mäßig schnell (7:15)
ii. Sehr langsam (3:12)
iii. Phantasie, frei (3:02)
iv. Ruhig bewegt (5:05)From 52 Choralvorspiele für Orgel, Opus 67 (total approx. 12')
40. Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her
14. O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
24. Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren
33. O, Welt, ich muss dich lassen
27. Nun danket alle GottPhantasie und Fuge C moll, Opus 29 (15')
This recital is made possible through the support of the Max Reger Foundation of America.
Janette Fishell concertizes under the auspices of Karen McFarlane Concert Artists.
Public parking is available on a first-come basis for $5 in the Bryan Center Parking Garage; Duke parking permit holders may park for free. Vehicles with an ADA pass may park in front of the Chapel.