This lady rocks! Organ music played by l’enfant terrible de l’orgue, Rosalinde Haas. These 1970s live concert “Mitschnitte” have never before been published. We intentionally left the recordings raw and unedited: This CD wants to be a portrait of true musicianship, in contrast to today’s industry stale and sterile industry of classical music recordings. Our motto is Theolonius Monk’s notion of “There is no such thing as a wrong note” (it all depends what you do with it). In the 1970s Rosalinde Haas gave regular organ recitals in Frankfurt/Main Nied. A brand new Klais organ had just been built to order there, heeding the user requirements of Rosalinde and her husband, Professor Peter Krams. The organ was constructed of two impressive towers facing each other across the aisle of the front nave, creating surprising stereophonic effects. And Rosalinde Haas used the organ as if it was her rock guitar.