Famous European Organs: Krevese Gansen-Orgel
|Main Performer |
1. Dietrich Buxtehude "Magnificat primi toni" (BuxWV 203)
2. Franz Tunder "Canzona in G major"
3. Arnold Matthias Brunkhorst "Prelude and Fuge in E minor
4. Georg Bohm "Partiten uber die Arie 'Jesu, du bist allzu schone'"
5. Dietrich Buxtehude "Prelude and Fuge in F major" (BuxWV 145)
6. J.S. Bach "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland" (BWV 599)
7. J.S. Bach "Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend" (BWV 632)
8. J.S. Bach "Vater unser in Himmelreich" (BWV 636)
9. J.S. Bach "Fuge in G major" (BWV 577)
10. J.S. Bach "Vater unser in Himmelreich" (BWV 737)
11. J.S. Bach "Prelude and Fuge in D major" (BWV 532)
|Catalog Number:||10 506|
|Total Playing Time:||65'32|
|Comments:||Joseph Hartman said:|
This is a very well put together recording. It displays the various influences and contemporaries of Bach and does so in a way that sheds light on the Bach section of the recording. The Buxtehude "Magnificat" is superb, but my favorite part of the recording is the Bach Prelude and Fuge in D major. Many organists let this piece get away from them, but Mr. Kollmansperger maintains a reasonable tempo throughout, thus giving the work impeccable clarity. Overall his playing is very open and honest and the small organ at Krevese compliments his style perfectly. Definite recommendation.
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|Date First Submitted:||09/06/2004|
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