Andreas Etlinger, Organ
Florian Eggner, Violoncello
Organist Andreas Etlinger has an in-depth knowledge of the famous Bruckner Organ at the Augustinian Monastery of St Florian. His very personal selection of a large variety of works lets the audience immerse themselves deeply into the sound of this unique instrument. The selection contains three pieces for organ and cello, which he composed himself.
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Pilgerchor aus Tannhäuser (Transkription Franz Liszt, 1. Fassung 1860)
Drei Stücke für Violoncello und Orgel (2008)
ANTONIO VIVALDI (Transkription Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 596)
Concerto in d op. 3/11
Drei Choralbearbeitungen BWV 663, 686, 662
Phantasie über den Choral »Halleluja! Gott zu loben, bleibe meine Seelenfreud’!«
Recording: 07/2011 – St. Florian
Producer: Andreas Meixner
Recording, Mix and Mastering: Andreas Ziegler
Editing: Daniel Mayer
Layout: Felix Dreher
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Best.-Nr. / Ord. No.: SRL4 – 12106
GTIN (EAN): 4260130381066
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Andreas Etlinger studied the organ and sacred music at the Anton Bruckner University, Linz and, as a student of Michael Radulescu, at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna. From 1996 to 1999 he was the organist at St Florian’s priory as well as a teacher at the Conservatory for Sacred Music of the Diocese of Linz. From 2003 to 2006 he was the organist at the parish of St Paul in Vienna-Döbling and worked at several projects of computerized score, writing for various clients such as the Archdiocese of Vienna and the Wiener Hofkapelle. He regularly acted as a substitute organist at St Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna. Since 2007, he has been the second organist of St Florian, has pursued further score writing projects and has worked as a composer. He gave organ concerts in Austria, Germany, Italy and Poland. He was recorded on CD and featured on television.
Florian Eggner grew up in St Florian and received his first instructions in playing the cello from Thomas Wall and Wilfried Tachezi. Following his first successes at the national music competition Primala Musica he intensified his studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna. He was most influenced by former first solo player Wolfgang Herzer of theVienna Philharmonic as well as Clemens Hagen, his teacher at the Mozarteum, Salzburg. Besides performing as solo player and participating in radio and CD productions, Eggner’s main artistic focus is the EggnerTrio, which he founded together with his brothers Georg (violin) and Christoph (piano). First prizes at the International Brahms Competition, Pörtschach in 1999 and the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2003 were an auspicious start to a career which has brought the Eggner Trio to many European countries as well as to Argentina, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Tunisia, Uruguay and the United States.