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Bringing the fabulous back

Carpenter, the Elton John of the organ, attempts to make amends of his disasterous debut by playing actual organ music. His choice of playing Bach was a poor choice to make. He seems capable of playing most of the notes but he muddles the voices and the recording itself sounds over-modulated. Carpenter is a clssic case of style over substance but he doesn't have the advantage of being a fetching young gal to get away with it. His self composed homages to Bach are the stuff of nightmares. I too have composed such pieces in my youth by sitting on the keys. After subjecting yourself to his Bach you fall on your knees and pray he doesn't attempt to record any Messian. Dear heavens please do yourself a favor and pass over this! -Bz

Absolutely amazing!

I was happy to see the review from Boolez below. If Cameron received a warm response from the organ establishment, I would be worried. This latest album is yet another testament to Cameron Carpenter's genius. We are incredibly lucky to have such a brave and innovative artist in our midst. I find it difficult to listen to pieces by other organists after Cameron has put his unique stamp on it. This performance of Bach and Cameron's own compositions are spellbinding. I urge everyone, classical music lovers or not, organ elite or not, to listen to this. Bravo Cameron!

I don't like the sound -

The sound of the organ is as if it's being played in the next room! Bad Microphone positioning. This isn't a recording taken from a tape done live in the early 90's from a damaged master, it's a modern recording - should sound better!!


Born: 1981 in Pennsylvania

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

American organist Cameron Carpenter became known both for his formidable technical prowess and the athletic showmanship of his performances. While his repertoire is classical, his persona is more that of a pop star than of a traditional classical musician. Carpenter rose to prominence as much on the basis of his outrageously virtuosic performances on YouTube as his commercially released recordings. His 2008 Telarc album Revolutionary was the first solo organ recital to be nominated for a Grammy Award....
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: Jun 01, 2010

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