CDs currently available:

Celestial Gardens

Dreamy moods with soft instruments (flute, harp, strings, etc.), recorded in the special musical just intonation tuning system, in which so-called "micro-intervals", small tone steps within the half tone limit, can be heard, giving the music a very unique, exotic sound stimulus.

The idea of ​​a sphere of radiant beauty and inspires feelings of happiness for centuries captured the imagination of poets and musicians. Often it takes shape in the vision of heavenly gardens where flowers bloom and seductive perfumes are interwoven with blissful sounds. In order to  express
such an idea musically, soft instruments such as flutes, harps, strings, etc. are used, which are tuned in just intonation, instead of the usual tempered tone system of twelve tones, a complex procedure, which expands the number of notes to more than double. The benefit is apart from a clearer sound the so-called micro-intervals such as thirds, quarter and eighth tones, which become audible. Those fine pitch differences as they are found in non-European sound systems lead the listener into dreamy moods.

Crystal Gardens:
Cherry Blossoms:
The Garden of the Apsaras:
Lakshmi’s Garden:

Pearls of Celtic Songs

Love songs and hymns, mainly sung (soprano and/or tenor), complemented with instrumentals.

Once again Stamm selects meditative and powerful melodies from collections of Celtic songs for arrangements with soloistic singing (tenor and soprano), sometimes alternating with choral singing. The sung titles predominate in this production. As singer the folk singer Mark Brachtendorf could be won, his voice and way of singing exactly corresponding to the character of this music. To some of these orally transmitted folk melodies, the two most important poets of the Celtic Culture, Thomas Moore in Ireland and Robert Burns in Scotland, have written lyrics, among these the famous love song "Ae fond kiss". Accompanied by concert harp and Irish harp, small and big tin whistle, wooden flute and violin evoke the mystical sphere of this song collection.

O My Love:



Songs of Celtic Music

Further beautiful melodies from Ireland, Scotland and Brittany, here also with vocals (soprano and choir)

As a sequel of the successful CD "Spirit of Celtic Music" this second production presents a collection of some of the most beautiful songs of the Celtic Culture. Rightly the Celtic peoples claim to possess the most beautiful heritage of folk melodies. It has retained its character throughout the history of European music and proves the deep mystical sense of the Celtic peoples. Differently to the first production the inclusion of vocals is characteristic.Three tunes are sung in arrangements for choir, two more pieces for solo soprano. The meditative sound of this recording obtains its typical folkloric color through the inclusion of the folk instruments clarsach (celtic harp) and tin whistle.

Oidhche mhath leibh:

Spirit of Celtic Music

Some of the most beautiful minstrel melodies from Ireland, Scotland and Brittany in meditative chamber music arrangements

The songs recorded here from Ireland, Scotland and Brittany express the deep mystical sense of the Celtic peoples through the simple beauty of their melodies the. Some compositions are very old, some may have been composed for spiritual practices of bards. The figures and landscapes sung in these "minstrels" are regarded as symbols of a higher, transcendental world that touches you deeply.  The instrumental arrangements are played on modern classical instruments like violin, flute, piano, strings and harp. The title sequence is harmoniously complemented through own compositions by Hans-André Stamm. Elevating music that evokes a desire for authenticity and can accompany us to realms of a higher ideality.

Eileen, my love:

Celtic Desires

Celtic Desires  A Collection of Songs and Melodies full of Love and Passion Celtic desires are reflected in the traditional melodies of love songsand hymns and own instrumental compositions of Stamm containedon this CD. The collection contains some of the most beautiful songsby the scottish folk poet Robert Burns, which express the deepemotions of scottish and irish people. Markus Brachtendorf, vocals and flute, Cordelia Rülander, Elke Jensen,vocals Elisabeth Schirrmacher, violin, Johannes Schiefner, uillean pipes

 Markus Brachtendorf, Vocals und German Flöte, Cordelia Rülander, Elke Jensen, Vocals Elisabeth Schirrmacher, Violine, Johannes Schiefner,  Uillean Pipes

Ye Banks and Braes:
Black is the Colour:
Bonny Portmore:
Go where Glory waits thee:
His kiss is sweet:


Lyrical music by Fauré, Debussy and Stamm in meditative chamber music arrangements with flute, oboe, violin, harp, piano and strings.      

works by C. Debussy, G. Fauré, H. A. Stamm and others. It has always been the starry night, which was painted so unsurpassable by Vincent van Gogh which was and is a source of inspiration for poets and musicians. The music selection on this CD, including Clair de lune by G. Fauré, Debussy Nocturne has as theme moonlight, moonlight and stars, and encourages the listener to fathom the depth of the dreamy night.

Clair de Lune:

Echoes of China

Own compositions as well as original Chinese melodies in meditative arrangements by H. A. Stamm played with Chinese and western instruments.

Reflexions of a European composer on Chinese music. Is often used in the area of Tai Chi. Own pieces using Chinese original melodies, played partly on Chinese instruments like bamboo flute, Erhu (Chinese violin), and Guzhen (table zither). Relaxing and meditative.

Melting Snow:
Melody for Qingwen:
The Swan:

Secret Garden

Songs and Instrumentals by Gabriel Fauré in meditative chamber music arrangements using flute, harp, piano and strings


Apres un Reve:


Christus der himmlische Phönix

Details und Demosongs

Christ, the Heavenly Phoenix cantata by H. A. Stamm for four-part chorus,soprano, alto, tenor and bass solo, strings, harp, oboe, timpani and organ music: H. A. Stamm, text: Alexander Nitzberg

Capella Piccola, Neuss, Camerata Leverkusen, Solo: Martina Lins-Reuber, Soprano, Daniela Nußbaum, Alto, Joachim Calaminus, Tenor, Frank Bahrenberg, Bass, conductor: Thomas Reuber (ca. 32 min.).

Also on this CD: H. A. Stamm, Concerto for organ & orchestra Ensemble Niederrhein, conductor: Thomas Brezinka, Hans-André Stamm, organ (ca. 24 min.)

(recordings of the first performances)

Carlos Salzedo (1885-1961) Chanson dans la Nuit, Eva Ignatjeva, harp solo (3.32)

total duration: 60.43 min.

Concerto 1. mvmt:
Concerto 2. mvmt:
Concerto 3. mvmt:
Concerto 3. mvmt, final:
The Raven - Choir:
The Raven bass solo:
The Swan - soprano Solo:
The Basilisk  Choir 1:
The Basilisk  Choir  2:
The Pelican:
The Phoenix - Alto solo:
The Phoenix - Choir:

The Phoenix - End:



Celtic Spirit

recorded 2017 at the Royer organ from 1662 in Turnhout, Belgium with works by H. A. Stamm for organ solo, organ with flute and with trumpet, which are influenced by Celtic folk music.
Further information and sound samples on the website of Organroxx: Celtic Spirit  

Folk'Orgues à Nice

Recorded in april 2015, a lot of my own organ works influences by elements of the Celtic, slavic and latin american folk music are compiled here. In addition a fugue by Bach in a Irish Jig rhythm and, as a reference to the patron of the church, the ouverture of the oratorio Paul by Mendelssohn have been recorded.

 1. Irish Fantasy
 2. The Joyful Birdie
 3. Ellyllon
 4. Fugue-Gigue BWV 577 (J. S. Bach)
 5. Celtic Hymn
 6. Giga
 7. Amazing Grace
 8. Fanfara alla celtica
 9. Rêve
10. Gaelic Fantasy
11. Pavane
12. Echoes of Joy
13. Rapsodia alla latina
14. Rhapsodie sur deux Noëls
15. Paraphrase sur Suo Gan
16. St Peter's Postlude
17. Ouverture de Paulus (F. Mendelssohn)

Orgelklang und Flötenzauber

Organ sound and flute magic


This CD has been recorded in July 2011 at the great Klais organ in the munster church Bonn. Highlights of virtuoso and lyrical pieces for this rare instrumental combination. Works by Vivaldi, Marais, Fauré, Bruch, Stamm and others

Any organ, whether in a small village church or in a large cathedral, incorporates flute registers. So why adding a flute as solo instrument? Because it complements the flute pipes nicely: sometimes sounding just like an additional register, but then magically emerging from the organ sound with its specific technical possibilities and „real“ flute sound. This particularly holds for the piccolo flute, which is mainly played in the orchestra but rarely as solo or chamber instrument. Several works of Hans-André Stamm and other composers demonstrate that the grand flute‘s little sister, sounding warm andrich in the lower pitch as well as clear and brilliant in the high notes, enriches the organ sound dramatically. The grand flute itself lends its special timbre to the organ in a few other pieces. Several solo works for organ round up this recording.   Hans-André Stamm (*1958) 1. Echoes of Joy  2. Spring Dance  3. Pick Five Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) / Hans-André Stamm  4. Cantilène (Flöte)  Max Bruch (1838–1920) arr. Stamm  5. Schwedischer Tanz  Marin Marais (1656–1728) arr. Stamm  6. Le Basque  Hans-André Stamm  7. Paraphrase on "Suo Gan"  Ennio Morricone (*1928)  8. Gabriel’s Oboe  Hans-André Stamm  9. Toccata Giocosa (Organ solo)  10. Sicilienne from „Jesu, meine Freude“ (Jesus, my joy) for organ  11. Take Seven (Flute)  12. Doina  Markus Karas (*1961)  13. Petite Suite pour Flûte et Orgue (Flute/Piccolo flute)  Hans-André Stamm  14. Rêve (Organ solo)  15. Variationen on a Breton Noël  Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)  16. Largo from Concerto per Flautino C-Dur, Op. 44, No. 11  Hans-André Stamm  17. Berceuse  total duration 64:38 min.

Orgelklang und Flötenzauber Vol. II

Organ sound and flute magic Vol. II

After the first very successful CD in this instrumental combination another bunch of lyrical and dance-like music has been recorded on the Rieger organ in the cistercian abbey of Marienstatt / Westerwald with her rich colors, especially Celesta and Spanish trumpets. The emphasis here are the new compositions by Stamm which abduct into dreamy and spirited musical regions, which reflect the influence of Celtic and latin folk music.

1. Stamm - Toccata alla Salsa, 2. Stamm - Fantasia cilena, 3. Menken - Colors of the Wind (from the Disney movie 'Pocahontas'), 4. Stamm - Fantasia alla latina, 5. Rota - Love Theme (from the cinema adaption of Shakespeares 'Romeo and Juliet', 6. Stamm - Toccata gaelica, 7. Stamm - Gaelic Fantasy, 8. Stamm - Toccata irlandese, 9. Franck - Fantasia, 3. mvmt from the violin sonata, 10. Debussy - Andantino from the string quartet, 11. Stamm - Toccata mexicana, 12. Stamm - Fairy Flight, 13. Stamm - Under the starry sky 14. Stamm - Giga

total duration 51:29 min.


Orgelklang und Flötenzauber Vol. III

September 2019 in St. Martin Raesfeld aufgenommen.

Highlights virtuoser und lyrischer Stücke für diese seltene Instrumentenkombination.

Werke von Rutter, Dvorak, Humperdinck, Stamm u. a.

Folllowing the two CDs published in 2011 und 2014 Joyful Winds & Playful Pipes“ is the third CD of the duo „Orgelklang und Flötenzauber“ (Organ Sound and Flute Magic), with Andrea Will and Hans-André Stamm. Several new instruments have been added: Andrea Will plays the rare Piccolo in F, which has its range between the concert flute and the piccolo flute. Through the activation of a membrande a different timbre can be created which reminds of a bamboo flute and led to the name "Japanese Piccolo“. For the first time also trio pieces are recorded on this CD, in which Wolfgang Pohl with oboe and English horn opens new sound scapes with the warm sounds of his instruments and contrasting melodies.
Most of the pieces on this CD are by Hans-André Stamm. An original composition by John Rutter as well as arrangements of opera and film music enrich the musical spectre.


total duration 68:50 min.


Concerto Maestoso                      


recording from 2010 with Martin Schröder, trumpet and Hans-André Stamm at the Mönch organ in St. Andreas Leverkusen-Schlebusch with guest musician Markus Hengesbach (Meschede), timpani. Works by Bach, Händel, Scarlatti, Albinoni, Mouret and Stamm

Martin Schröder and Hans-André Stamm present virtuosic - serene and lyrical baroque music of the Italian master composers Alessando Scarlatti und Tomaso Albinoni. Also from the baroque era, but in a different musical language are the festive dances by the French composer Jean-Joseph Mouret and spiritual cantata pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach. Actual compositions by Hans-André Stamm merging folkloristic elements of European, Latin american and indian Music into a exciting modern romantic musical language form a refreshing contrast to the classical works.


Europäische Orgelmusik Vol. I

Works by Krebs, Galuppi, Bossi, Peeters u. a. (Schumacher-Orgel in Saint-Pierre, Bastogne)  

Hermann Schroeder Orgelwerke Vol. I

Toccata c-moll, Pezzi piccoli, Präambeln und Interludien, Praeludium und Fuge über "Christ lag in Todesbanden", Sonate für Violoncello & Orgel, Salve Regina - Cantilena choralis für Violoncello & Orgel, Impromptu für Trompete & Orgel, Wachet auf,   Versetten für Trompete & Orgel, Thomas Blees, Violoncello, Wolfgang G. Haas, Trompete


Hermann Schroeder Orgelwerke Vol. II

CD 800.018 Fantasie e-moll, Kleine Präludien und Intermezzi, 4 Vor- und Zwischenspiele aus "Praeludia", Sechs Orgelchoräle über altdeutsche geistliche Volkslieder, Choral-fantasie über "O heiligste Dreifaltigkeit", außerdem: 5 Stücke für Violine & Orgel,   Sonate für Querflöte & Orgel, 3 Dialoge für Oboe & Orgel, Jens Langeheine, Violine, Christian Schneider, Oboe, Yo Washio, Querflöte (Weyland-Orgel in St. Walburga, Bornheim-Walberberg)


J. S. Bach - Greatest Works Vol. II

The audio files from the 2 Bach-DVDs kann be downloaded as mp3s here:





Märchenoper "Das Sternenkind"

Live Recording of the Premiere in Remscheid  

Märchenoper "Peronnik und der Schatz des dunklen Königs"

Live Recording of the Premiere in Bonn  


You are here: Home