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Lemare Affair IV
(Audio CD)
Frederick Hohman

In this latest sequel to the original Lemare Affair CD, Frederick Hohman spotlights the original works and transcriptions that were created by Edwin H. Lemare during the 1920s, when he was serving as Municipal Organist to the City of Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The program is performed upon the 1924, 4-manual Austin pipe organ in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium in Chattanooga, the very organ upon which Lemare performed regularly, and which remains virtually unchanged from its original 1924 condition.  The album was recorded on May 30, 2014.

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Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7270
Length: 73’ 37”
Tracks:  12
Organ: Austin, Opus 1206, 1924
Venue: Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium, Chattanooga, Tennessee USA
Recorded: 05/30/2014
Released: 07/02/2014
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Frederick Hohman
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 20pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077727023

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01 • March from Aïda • Giuseppe Verdi, trans. Edwin Lemare • 6’33”
02 • Sylvine from La Farandole Suite • Theodore Dubois, trans. Edwin Lemare • 2’51”
03 • Thanksgiving March • Edwin H. Lemare • 6’38”
04 • Irish Air from County Derry • traditional, trans. Edwin Lemare • 4’42”
05 • Fantasia on Carmen • Georges Bizet, arr. Edwin Lemare • 11’29”
06 • Salut D’Amour, Opus 127 • Edwin H. Lemare • 5’21”
07 • The Lost Chord • Sir Arthur S. Sullivan, trans. Edwin Lemare • 5’59”
08 • Above the Clouds (A Reverie for The Organ), Opus 143 • Edwin H. Lemare • 7’31”
09 • Kol Nidrei, Opus 163 • Edwin H. Lemare • 10’2″
10 • Humoreske, Opus 101, No. 7 • Antonîn Dvorák, trans. Edwin Lemare • 2’47”
12 • Poet and Peasant Overture • Franz von Suppé, trans. Edwin Lemare • 9’41”

Frederick Hohman
Whether he’s commanding the “King of Instruments” in the town halls of Australia, in historic English cathedrals, or at noted American universities and festivals, in concert, Frederick Hohman transforms the pipe organ from a “Sunday morning“ instrument into a virtual symphony ­orchestra. Learn more…

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