Imre Oláh played:
- Toccata in F Major, BWV 540 by J.S. Bach
- Adagio and Allegro, K 594 by W.A. Mozart
- Prelude and Fugue in C minor, Op. 37 by Felix Mendelssohn
- Consolation in D-Flat Major by Franz Liszt
- Prelude and Fugue on the Theme of B-A-C-H by Franz Liszt
He was brilliant!
I loved it!
He had a balance of soft pieces as well as some loud powerful pieces which showed what the organ is capable of.
Before he played, he explained a little bit about the pieces that he was going to play.
One of the most interesting things he told us about was "B-A-C-H" which is a German notation where the "B" stands for B♭and the "H" stands for B♮. (I am having trouble figuring out how to type the musical symbols - but I am still learning.)
So the Liszt piece "Prelude and Fugue on a Theme of B-A-C-H" is really "B flat - A - C- B natural".
The only thing I found strange in the concert was the guy walking around taking pictures. How could he have not noticed that a concert going on?