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JS Bach Organ Works,Ton Koopman
 
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Fantasia & Fugue in G minor ("Great"), BWV 542 Fugue in G minor ("Little"), BWV 578 Canzona in D minor, BWV 588 Prelude & Fugue in B minor, Prelude & Fugue in A minor ("The Great"), BWV 543 Fantasia & Fugue in C minor, BWV 562 Prelude & Fugue in C major, BWV 531 Fantasia in C major, BWV 570 Passacaglia & Fugue in C minor, BWV 582 Schubler & Leipzig Chorales
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JS Bach Organ Works II,Ton Koopman
 
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trio sonatas, toccatas and fugues,klavierubung part 1. http://www.bach-cantatas.com/NVP/Koopman.htm#Organ
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JS Bach Organ Works III,Ton Koopman
 
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klavierubung II,preludes and fugues,duets.
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Dietrich Buxtehude Complete Organ Works Vol I,Ton Koopman
 
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info tracks and buy link: http://www.musicweb-international.com/classrev/2007/Oct07/Buxtehude_Koopman.htm http://mypipeorganhobby.blogspot.it/2009/01/klapmeyer-organ-altenbruch.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieterich_Buxtehude
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Bach: Organ Music with Ton Koopman (2000)
 
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From the Gohlis Palace, Leipzig, 2000 Ton Koopman plays Bach on the historic Silbermann Organ, built in 1714 and restored in 1982/1983 Ton Koopman - harpsichord and organ Klaus Mertens - baritone Click here to watch Ton Koopman performing Bach with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra: https://youtu.be/3YHf3CtEi8E Click here for more content about Bach: https://goo.gl/HDhnEV Subscribe to EuroArts: https://goo.gl/jrui3M 0:36 Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen, BWV 452 1:58 Toccata in G major, BWV 916 - Presto 4:30 Willst du dein Herz mir schenken, BWV 518 5:47 Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 683 7:18 So oft ich meine Tobackspfeife, BWV 515a 9:50 Cantata Amore traditore, BWV 203 9:53 No. 1 Aria: “Amore traditore, tu non m’inganni più” 15:35 No. 2 Recitativo: “Voglio provar, se posso sanar” 19:43 No. 3 Aria: “Chi in amore ha nemica la sorte” 22:11 Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten, BWV 691 24:31 Cantata Ich habe genug, BWV 82 24:51 No. 2 Recitativo: “Ich habe genug!” 25:42 No. 3 Aria: “Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen" 32:44 Toccata in G major, BWV 916: Allegro 36:00 Schaff’s mit mir, Gott, BWV 514 37:42 Bist du bei mir, BWV 508 40:43 Minuet in G major, BWV Anh. II 116 42:14 Brunnquell aller Güter, BWV 445 44:30 Ihr Gestirn, ihr hohen Lüfte, BWV 476 45:48 Toccata in G major, BWV 916 - Adagio 49:28 Jesus, unser Trost und Leben, BWV 475 51:06 Christian Petzold: Menuet in G major, BWV II 114 52:22 Ich freue mich in dir, BWV 465 53:53 Komm, süßer Tod, BWV 478 Dutch organist and harpsichordist Ton Koopman is one of the most distinguished Bach interpreters of our time. He interprets Johann Sebastian Bach’s greatest organ works, including the popular Toccata in D minor and the Fugue in G minor. He plays on the world-famous Silbermann Organ in Freiberg (Saxony). The organ was completed in 1714 and thoroughly restored in 1982/1983 and it closely retains its original condition. Bach adored his contemporary Gottfried Silbermann’s organs for their exquisite sound and the recording allows the listener to enjoy this sound to the full while offering a closer look at this marvellously crafted instrument. Ton Koopman plays favourite harpsichord pieces and accompanies the eminent Bach Singer Klaus Mertens in popular arias.
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Bach - Fugue in G minor BWV 578
 
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Ton Koopman, organ
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Bach - Organ Works - DVD1.avi
 
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Primera parte de Grandes Obras para órgano de Johann Sebastian Bach, interpretadas por Hans-André Stamm.
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Bach - Organ Works - DVD2.avi
 
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Segunda parte de Grandes Obras para órgano de Johann Sebastian Bach. Interpretación a cargo de Hans-André Stamm.
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Ton Koopman plays Bach (3/8) BWV 582, 540, 565
 
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0:00 - Passacaglia BWV 582 12:27 - Toccata & fugue BWV 540 25:43 - Toccata & fugue BWV 565
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J. S. Bach - Complete Organ Works - P. Hurford (CD 01/17)
 
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J. S. Bach Complete Organ Works Peter Hurford (CD 01/17) Vol 1 Toccatas, Fantasias, Preludes, Fugues (CD 1-3) LIST 01. Toccata and Fugue in F major, BWV 540, 1. Toccata 02. Toccata and Fugue in F major, BWV 540, 2. Fugue 03. Prelude and Fugue in G major, BWV 550 04. Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 548, 1. Prelude 05. Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 548, 2. Fugue 06. Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 531 07. Prelude and Fugue in C minor, BWV 549 08. Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 532, 1. Prelude 09. Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 532, 2. Fugue 10. Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, 1. Toccata 11. Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, 2. Fugue 1981 https://www.amazon.com/Bach-Organ-Works-Das-Orgelwerk/dp/B0000041KD
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J.S,Bach Organ Works Selection [ H.Walcha ]
 
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【TIMING】 1. BWV525 Trio Sonata#1 E-Flat-Major -------------(00:00) 2. BWV530 Trio Sonata#6 G-Major --------------------(13:18) 3. BWV534 Prelude & Fugue F-Minor -----------------(27:07) 4. BWV537 Fantasia & Fugue C-Minor ---------------(37:01) 5. BWV538 Toccata & Fuge D-Minor ------------------(46:04) 6. BWV540 Toccata & Fugue F-Major -----------------(59:20) 7. BWV541 Prelude & Fugue G-Maijor ----------------(1:14:35) 8. BWV542 Toccata & Fugeu G-Minor ----------------(1:23:14) 9. BWV543 Prelude & Fugue A-Minor -----------------(1:36:14) 10. BWV544 Prelude & Fugue B-Minor ----------------(1:47:46) 11. BWV546 Prelude & Fugue C-Minor ----------------(2:01:35) 12. BWV547 Prelude & Fugue C-Maijor ---------------(2:14:24) 13. BWV548 Prelude & Fugue E-Minor ----------------(2:25:00) 14. BWV562 Fantasia & Fugue C-Minor --------------(2:39:43) 15. BWV564 Toccata & Fugue C-Major ---------------(2:44:22) 16. BWV565 Toccata & Fugue D-Minor ---------------(2:59:38) 17. BWV572 Fantasia G-Maijor ---------------------------(3:09:06) 18. BWV582 Passacaglia & Fugue C-Minor --------(3:18:02)
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Dietrich Buxtehude Complete Organ Works Vol II,Ton Koopman
 
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info and buy: http://www.challengerecords.com/product/1182852331
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Dietrich Buxtehude Complete Organ Works Vol III,Ton Koopman
 
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info and buy link: http://www.challengerecords.com/product/1217611979 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arp_Schnitger http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieterich_Buxtehude
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Dietrich Buxtehude Complete Organ Works Vol V Part 2,Ton Koopman
 
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cd 2 (with also the complete organ works of nicolaus bruhns),info & buy: http://www.challengerecords.com/product/1225097441
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Dietrich Buxtehude Complete Organ Works Vol IV,Ton Koopman
 
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info and buy: http://www.challengerecords.com/product/1217612206
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Ton Koopman - Dietrich Buxtehude/ Fuga
 
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Ton Koopman performs Fuga, composed by Dietrich Buxtehude. This video was recorded at Ton Koopmans home in his library! This video was recorded for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO
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Ton Koopman plays Bach (1/8) BWV 542, 578, 588, 544
 
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0:00 - Fantasia & fugue BWV 542 11:12 - Fugue BWV 578 15:01 - Canzona BWV 588 20:16 - Prelude & fugue BWV 544
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J. S. Bach - Conciertos para órgano- T. Koopman
 
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J. S. Bach Conciertos para órgano Ton Koopman, órgano Órgano: Arp Schnitger (construido en 1691 1692); Martinikerk, Groningen (NL) 1) Concierto para órgano en Sol Mayor BWV 592 (después de Príncipe Johann Ernst von Sachen-Weimar) 00:03 Allegro 03:19 Grave 05:11 Presto 2) 07:02 Concierto para órgano en Do Mayor BWV 595 (después de Príncipe Johann Ernst von Sachen-Weimar) 3) Concierto para órgano en Re Menor BWV 596 (después de Antonio Vivaldi) 10:47 Sin marcar 12:17 Fuga 15:35 Largo 18:34 Finale 4) Concierto para órgano en La Menor BWV 593 (después de Antonio Vivaldi) 21:39 Allegro moderato 25:29 Adagio. Senza pedale a 2 Claviers (Re Menor) 29:06 Allegro 5) Concierto para órgano en Do Mayor BWV 594 (después de Antonio Vivaldi) 32:50 Allegro 39:57 Recitativo adagio 42:34 Allegro 6) Concierto para órgano en Mi Bemol Mayor BWV 597 (después de Autor desconocido) 50:17 Andante 53:53 Gigue
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HELMUT WALCHA -J.S. BACH: ORGAN WORKS
 
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J.S.BACH: Organ Works the 1947 - 1952 Recordings [1] 00:00 Helmut Walcha 1. Improvisations at the Schnittger Organ in Cappel Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) 2. Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 531 Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 532 3. Prelude and Fugue 4. Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 533 5. Prelude and Fugue in F minor, BWV 534 6. Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV 535 7. Prelude and Fugue in A, BWV 536 8. Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 538 "Dorian" [2] 1:13:42 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) 1. Prelude (Fantasy) and Fugue in C minor, BWV 537 2. Prelude and Fugue in D minor, BWV 539 3. Toccata (Prelude) and Fugue in F, BWV 540 4. Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 541 5. Prelude (Fantasy) and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542 - "Great" 6.Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543 7. Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV 544 [3] 2:30:21 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) 1. Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 545 2. Prelude and Fugue in C minor, BWV 546 3. Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 547 4. Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 548 5. Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 550 6. Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 551 7. Fantasia and Fugue (Fragment) in C Minor, BWV 562 8. Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major, BWV 564 [4] 3:45:11 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) 1. Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV 565 2. Toccata and Fugue in E, BWV 566 3. Fantasia in G Major, BWV 572 4. Fugue In G Minor, BWV 578 "The Little" 5. Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582 6. Canzona in D minor, BWV 588 7. Allabreve in D, BWV 589 8. Pastoral In F, BWV 590 [5] 4:49:01 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Triosonatas BWV 525 - 530 Sonata No. 1 in E flat major, BWV 525 Sonata No.2 in C minor, BWV 526 Sonata No.3 in D minor, BWV 527 Sonata No.4 in E minor, BWV 528 Sonata No.5 in C major, BWV 529 Sonata No.6 in G major, BWV 530 ORGAN , HELMUT WALCHA Arp-Schnitger-Orgel, St. Peter und Paul, Cappel Kleine Stellwagen-Orgel, St. Jakobi-Kirche, Lübeck
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Bach - Organ Concerto BWV 594 - Ton Koopman
 
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Concerto in C major BWV 594, transcription for organ solo of Antonio Vivaldi's concerto in D major RV 208 for violin, strings and continuo. Arp Schnitger's baroque organ in Groningen, the Netherlands. Temperament: Neidhardt I. Pitch a: 465 Hz. Organist: Ton Koopman. 1. (no tempo indication), 00:00 2. Recitativo adagio, 07:06 3. Allegro, 09:43
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J.S. Bach: Toccata & Fugue - Famous Organ Music (Full Album)
 
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Tracklist below. Online purchase or streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play): https://brilliant-classics.lnk.to/JSBachToccataFugue More Information: https://www.brilliantclassics.com/articles/j/js-bach-toccata-fugue-famous-organ-music/ Brilliant Classics Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/brilliantclassics?si=HgGb_J0xS-avoQapy7XSHQ Brilliant Classics Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brilliantclassics There is no piece of music as synonymous with the organ than J.S. Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV565: the two-note introductory motif is as well recognised as the opening of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, and has featured widely in popular culture – in films such as Disney’s Fantasia and The Phantom of the Opera. Interestingly, it may actually be an arrangement for organ of an original work for violin, possibly not even by Bach himself! However, regardless of its authenticity, it is this fantastical and much-loved piece that opens Stefano Molardi’s recital of Bach’s greatest compositions for the ‘king of instruments’. Molardi’s programme continues with major works such as the Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C BWV564 and the monumental Passacaglia in C minor BWV582, interspersed with more delicate pieces from the composer’s different collections of chorale preludes – the Orgelbüchlein, ‘Schübler’ Chorales and third part of the Clavierübung. The Trio Sonata in C BWV529 adds some great variety to the compilation, and is a feat of technical ingenuity, with three individual melodies taken up by each hand and the feet of the player. This two-disc set brings together the best-known organ works by its greatest patron: a perfect introduction to organ music for a beginner, and a marvellous addition to the collection of an enthusiast already well-versed in the repertoire. Award-winning organist, harpsichordist, conductor and scholar Stefano Molardi is a peerless interpreter, with his ongoing recording of Bach’s Complete Organ Music for Brilliant Classics now into its third volume (BC94981). The instruments heard on this album date from Bach’s time, therefore bringing us as close as possible to the soundworld of the great Leipzig Cantor and allowing us to hear them as he might have done himself. 00:00:00 Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565: I. Toccata 00:02:22 Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565: II. Fugue 00:08:48 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Gott, durch deine Güte, BWV 600 00:10:08 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich, BWV 605 à 2 Clav. et Ped. 00:12:01 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Vom Himmel kam der Engel Schar, BWV 607 00:13:19 Das Orgel-Büchlein: In dulci jubilo, BWV 608 00:15:05 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, BWV 564: I. Toccata 00:20:54 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, BWV 564: II. Adagio 00:25:25 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, BWV 564: III. Fugue 00:30:34 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 639 00:32:59 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein, BWV 641 00:34:53 Organ Concerto in A Minor, BWV 593: I. Allegro 00:38:47 Organ Concerto in A Minor, BWV 593: II. Recitative. Adagio 00:42:18 Organ Concerto in A Minor, BWV 593: III. Allegro 00:46:19 18 Chorale Preludes: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659 à 2 Clav. et Ped. 00:51:02 18 Chorale Preludes: Trio super Allein Gott in der Höh sei Her, BWV 664 00:56:40 Passacaglia in C Minor, BWV 582 01:10:56 Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542: I. Fantasia 01:16:16 Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542: II. Fugue 01:23:09 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme in E-Flat Major, BWV 645 01:27:37 Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter, BWV 650 01:31:20 Organ Sonata No. 5 in C Major, BWV 529: I. Allegro 01:36:39 Organ Sonata No. 5 in C Major, BWV 529: II. Largo 01:43:06 Organ Sonata No. 5 in C Major, BWV 529: III. Allegro 01:46:53 Das Orgel-Büchlein: O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß, BWV 622 01:52:42 Das Orgel-Büchlein: Hilf, Gott, daß mir’s gelinge, BWV 624 01:53:59 Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 538: I. Toccata 01:59:46 Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 538: II. Fugue 02:09:26 Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, BWV 684 02:13:40 Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, BWV 654 à 2 Clav. et Ped. 02:22:46 Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV 541: I. Prelude 02:25:47 Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV 541: II. Fugue
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J S Bach: Organ Works (Simon Preston) Disc 1
 
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01-05. Concerto in D minor, BWV 596 06-08. Concerto in A minor, BWV 593 09-11. Concerto in C major, BWV 594 12-14. Concerto in G major, BWV 592 15. Concerto in C major, BWV 595
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Johann Sebastian Bach\Ton Koopman BWV 549 Prelude and Fugue in c minor
 
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Prelude and fugue in c minor, BWV 549. Played by Ton Koopman
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Ton Koopman plays Bach (5/8) BWV 566, 532, 546
 
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0:00 - Prelude & fugue BWV 566 10:18 - Prelude & fugue BWV 532 21:50 - Prelude & fugue BWV 546
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Ton Koopman plays Bach (6/8) BWV 575, 549, 568, 589, 535, 550
 
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0:00 - Fugue BWV 575 4:22 - Prelude & fugue BWV 549 10:02 - Prelude BWV 568 13:12 - Allabreve BWV 589 17:49 - Prelude & fugue BWV 535 24:26 - Prelude & fugue BWV 550
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Dietrich Buxtehude Organ Vorks Vol V Part 1,Ton Koopman
 
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cd 1 info & buy: http://www.challengerecords.com/product/1225097441
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Johann Sebastian Bach ≈ Complete Cantatas ≈ Selections {Ton Koopman Set}
 
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≈History≈ Based on materials from the Grove Dictionary & Bach-Cantatas.com Cantatas apply to Bach the same way Lieder apply to Schubert: there was scarcely a period in the maestro's professional life that was not connected with the form, and cantatas reflect well the circumstances of his life. The earliest surviving cantatas date from the Mühlhausen and even the Arnstadt period. With his nomination as Konzertmeister in Weimar in 1714, Bach started to produce cantatas regularly, in accordance with an agreement "to perform a piece… on every fourth Sunday at all seasons". In Kothen, corresponding to Bach’s official responsibilities, only secular cantatas were composed, mostly for New Year celebrations. At Leipzig, the performance of sacred cantatas on Sundays and feast days (some 60 a year) was one of Bach’s chief tasks. It is here that the massive annual cycles of cantatas were formed. Besides the cantatas for the church year, Bach also wrote sacred cantatas for other occasions, like changes of town council, weddings and funerals. What is most striking, the considerable range of cantatas available (about 200) is a fraction of what Bach actually wrote: due to the fact that these were occasional works, about two-fifths of Bach’s sacred cantatas are considered lost; of the secular cantatas, more are lost than survive! ≈Music≈ Though still eyeing the prospect of approaching Wagner's Ring Cycle, I doubt that there is any greater yet more rewarding challenge for a music lover than to go through the entire corpus of the cantatas. On the surface, we are presented with standard Baroque musical vocabulary and clear, straightforward structures of recitatives/arias/choruses, not at all alien to Handel or Vivaldi. It is how Bach uses and elaborates this seeming simplicity that truly defies expectations. While both of his noted contemporaries produced wonderful music (I've spent a great part of the past year going through all of their operas and sacred music), Bach seems to be operating on a different, three-dimensional plain, not often encountered even in "more complex" Romantic works. The extraordinarily instrumentation is especially characteristic, the individual instruments not simply reinforcing the vocal parts but acting with stunning independence and constantly forming elaborate tapestries of sound. The vocal parts are extremely taxing and are treated instrumentally by Bach, calling for extreme precision and clarity from the performers. Yet the writing is never simple display, constantly serving the needs of the text. I have included my own personal favorites here but they are by no means exclusive. The body of cantatas, for all its variety, has an unusually self-contained character, maintained by its consistently high musical quality and its unfailing expressive profundity. The virtues of the opening air from BWV.82 notwithstanding {16:15, still one of the highpoints of the cantatas for me}, some of the gems from the other cantatas include a colorful alto call to all to awaken to the Savoir {3:32}, a serene yet troubled preparation by the soprano for Death {7:43}, a hushed exchange between the tenor and the chorus on the time of the Lord's coming {19:03}, a soprano/oboe lament of the utmost clarity {43:34}, a dignified reflection from the bass on Christ's work {46:09} and a literally fiery, explosive opening chorale {48:25}. A full list of excerpts with timings is included in the comment section. ≈Scores & Reading materials≈ All sheet music for the cantatas is available on IMSLP: goo.gl/N4X09D Excellent notes on individual movements by Julian Mincham can be found here: http://www.jsbachcantatas.com/index.htm English texts for the cantatas can be found here: goo.gl/ZkOPks ≈Recordings≈ Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir recorded a complete set of the cantatas that boasts fine orchestral playing, a handsome choral sound and a diverse but uniformly engaged lineup of soloists. I am well aware of the at times fierce discussion on the merits of the different cantata sets but for me the highlighted collection remains a towering achievement and a wonderful introduction to Bach. Sopranos: Sibylla Rubens – Barbara Schlick – Johannette Zomer – Lisa Larsson – Sandrine Piau Altos: Bogna Bartosz – Annette Markert – Kai Wessel Tenors: Christoph Prégardien – Guy de Mey – James Gilchrist – Paul Agnew Bass: Klaus Mertens Hope you'll enjoy!
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Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Complete Organ Works I,Van Doeselaar
 
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buy: http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=147847 01. Eight Fugues for Organ F.31 - Fugue in C major 02. - Fugue in C minor 03. - Fugue in D Major 04. - Fugue in D Minor 05. - Fugue in E Flat Major 06. - Fugue in E minor 07. - Fugue in B flat major 08. - Fugue in F minor 09. Seven Choral Preludes F.38 - Nun komm der Heiden Heiland 10. - Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht 11. - Jesu, meine Freude 12. - Durch Adams Fall is ganz verderbt 13. - Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit 14. - Wir Christenleut han jetzund Freud 15. - Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ 16. Three-Part Fugue in C minor F.32r F.32 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Friedemann_Bach
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J. S. Bach (?) - Fantasia and Fugue for organ in A minor BWV 561 - Ton Koopman Organ
 
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Fugue at 2:29 Ton Koopman, Organ Fantasias, Preludes & Fugues for Organ-Koopman playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=63E24E1C747AF79A
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Bach / Toccata & Fugue BWV 540 (Koopman, Garrels Organ)
 
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*** VINYL'S REVENGE *** Johann Sebastian BACH (1685 – 1750) Toccata and Fugue in F, BWV 540 Ton Koopman plays the Rudolph Garrels (1730-32) organ, Groote Kerk (Maassluis), NL Archiv 410999-1 (DDA, Vinyl)
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Koopman Plays Bach
 
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Dutch organist and harpsichordist Ton Koopman is one of the most distinguished Bach interpreters of our time. On this DVD, he is featured interpreting Johann Sebastian Bach's greatest organ works, including the popular Toccata in D minor and the Fugue in G minor. He plays on the world-famous Silbermann Organ in Freiberg (Saxony). The organ was completed in 1714 and thoroughly restored in 1982/1983 and it closely retains its original condition. Bach adored his contemporary Gottfried Silbermann's organs for their exquisite sound and the recording allows the listener to enjoy this sound to the full while offering a closer look at this marvellously crafted instrument. In the second part of this DVD Ton Koopman is "At Home with Bach!" He plays favourite harpsichord pieces and accompanies the eminent Bach Singer Klaus Mertens in popular arias. The programme was filmed in the enchanting Gohlis Castle near Leipzig, a late baroque jewel built in 1755. An enlightening Behind-the-Scenes Picture Gallery completes this masterly DVD.
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J.S. Bach - Harpsichord or (Organ) Concerto in d minor, BWV 1059 / Ton Koopman, organ
 
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685~1750) Konzert für Clavier, Streicher und Basso Continuo d-moll, BWV 1059 (incomplete work, revision by Ton Koopman version) I. Sinfonia (from cantata, BWV 35: Sinfonia) - 00:00 II. Aria (from cantata, BWV 35: "Gott hat alles wohlgemacht") - 05:18 III. Sinfonia: presto (from cantata, BWV 35: Second Sinfonia) - 08:59 Ton Koopman (orgel) Ku Ebbinge (oboe da caccia) The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Ton Koopman (conductor) *Clavier(Keyboard): harpsichord, clavichord, claviorganum, or organ etc.* - Concerto in d minor, BWV 1059 (incomplete) - Fragment consisting of 9 bars(only the first 9 bars survive in Bach's own hand). Taken from the opening Sinfonia of the Cantata, BWV 35 "Geist und Seele wird verwirret" (1726) In the cantata, Bach uses an obbligato organ not only in the two sinfonias (which evidently form the first and last movements of a lost instrumental concerto, possibly for Oboe) but also in the aria No. 1, whose siciliano character likewise points to its original function as a concerto movement. Bach intended to write this out as a harpsichord concerto but abandoned the endeavor after only 9 bars. - Bach's Harpsichord Concertos - The harpsichord concertos, BWV 1052-1065, are concertos for harpsichord, strings and continuo by Johann Sebastian Bach. There are seven complete concertos for a single harpsichord, (BWV 1052-1058), three concertos for 2 harpsichords (BWV 1060-1062), two concertos for 3 harpsichords (BWV 1063-1064), and one concerto for 4 harpsichords, (BWV 1065). Two other concertos include solo harpsichord parts: the concerto BWV 1044, which has solo parts for harpsichord, violin and flute, and Brandenburg concerto no.5, BWV 1050, with the same scoring. In addition there is a single 9 bar concerto fragment for a single harpsichord (BWV 1059) which adds an oboe to the strings and continuo. All of Bach's harpsichord concertos (with the exception of the Brandenburg concerto) are thought to be arrangements made from earlier concertos for melodic instruments probably written in Köthen. In many cases, only the harpsichord version has survived. From 1729 to 1741, Bach was director of the Collegium musicum in Leipzig, a student musical society, founded by Georg Philipp Telemann in 1703 and run before Bach by Balthasar Schott. The Collegium musicum often gave performances at Zimmermann's coffee-house. It was for these occasions that Bach produced his harpsichord concertos, among the first concertos for keyboard instrument ever written. It is thought that the multiple harpsichord concertos were heard earlier than those for one harpsichord, perhaps because his sons CPE Bach and WF Bach (both excellent harpsichord players) were living at home until 1733 and 1734, respectively. It is likely that Johann Ludwig Krebs, who studied with Bach until 1735, also played harpsichord in the Collegium musicum. The concertos for one harpsichord, BWV 1052-1059, survive in an autograph score (now in the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, Mus. ms. Bach P 234) which is not a fair copy but a draft, or working score, and has been dated to about 1738. Bach may of course have played the works much earlier, using the parts from an original melody-instrument concerto and extemporising a suitable harpsichord version while playing. The works BWV 1052-1057 were intended as a set of six, shown in the manuscript in Bach's traditional manner beginning with 'J.J.' (Jesu Juva) and ending with 'Finis. S. D. Gl.' (Soli Deo Gloria). Aside from the Brandenburg concertos, it is the only such collection of concertos in Bach's oeuvre. The concerto BWV 1058 and fragment BWV 1059 are contained at the end of the score, and are an earlier attempt at a set of (headed J.J.) which was abandoned for one reason or another. Bach's harpsichord concertos were, until recently, often underestimated by scholars, who did not have the convenience of hearing the benefits that historically informed performance has brought to works such as these; Albert Schweitzer wrote 'The transcriptions have often been prepared with almost unbelievable cursoriness and carelessness. Either time was pressing or he was bored by the matter.' Recent research has demonstrated quite the reverse to be true; he transferred solo parts to the harpsichord with typical skill and variety. Bach's interest in the harpsichord concerto form can be inferred from the fact that he arranged every suitable melody-instrument concerto as a harpsichord concerto, and while the harpsichord versions have been preserved the same is not true of the melody-instrument versions.
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Bach Organ Works: Fantasias and Fugues, Toccatas and Fugues
 
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Bach Organ Works: Fantasias and Fugues, Toccatas and Fugues by James Kibbie is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.
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Bach 592 Koopman Schnitger organ Groningen
 
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Ton Koopman on the Arp Schniterger of the Martinikerk, Groningen. Concerto in G major (after a concerto by Prince Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar).
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Ton Koopman plays Bach (7/8) BWV 533, 569, 537, 545
 
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0:00 - Prelude & fugue BWV 533 4:39 - Prelude BWV 569 10:45 - Fantasia& fugue BWV 537 18:40 - Prelude & fugue BWV 545
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ORGANIST 41 - Ton Koopman
 
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Ton Koopman (1944) What does one write about a phenomenon like Ton Koopman? Not only a virtuosic organist and harpsichordist, he is also the world famous conductor and founder of The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Amsterdam Baroque Choir. He was born in Zwolle, just a few minutes from where I live. He studied in Amsterdam and received the Prix d’Excellence for both harpsichord and organ. Koopman is one of the few surviving pioneers of the authentic performance movement. He is still an internationally recognized expert on Baroque music, both for orchestra as well as for keyboard. Koopman has performed throughout Europe, the USA and Japan. He is especially known for his recordings of all of Buxtehude’s surviving works as well as the complete recordings of Bach’s 202 surviving cantatas. He has recorded Bach’s organ works several times. He has won many prizes including the Bach Medal (Leipzig), Buxtehude Prize (Lübeck), and an Edison. There are few who dispute Koopman’s performances with his Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir, but when it comes to his organ works, he has been criticized for the speed at which he plays. VIDEO Ton Koopman plays Bach in Weingarten and Leeuwarden. On the Gabler organ in Weingarten: Praeludium in C minor (BWV549a) and Allegro from Trio Sonata in C Major (BWV529c). On the Müller organ in Leeuwarden: “Jesu Christus, unser Heiland” (BWV688) and Praeludium in A Minor (BWV543a). ORGANS The organ in Weingarten is world famous, yet it took 13 years to build, due to all kinds of problems which Gabler couldn’t figure out. In actual fact the task was much too large and complex for Gabler. Eventually it got finished and is now considered one of the great organs of its time. Hauptwerk: Praestant 16', Principal 8', Rohrflaut 8', Octav 4' – 1-2 fach, Superoctav 2' – 2 fach, Hohlflaut 2', Mixtur 9-10 fach, Cimbalum 12 fach, Sesquialter 8-9 fach, Piffaro 5-7 fach, Trombetten 8'. Ober- und Kronwerk: Oberwerk: Borduen 16' - 1-3 fach, Principal Tutti 8', Violoncell 8' - 1-3 fach, Coppel 8', Hohlflaut 8', Unda Maris 8', Solicinale 8', Mixtur 9-12 fach. Kronwerk: Octav Douce 4', Viola 4' – 2 fach, Nasat 2', Cimbalum 2 fach. Unterwerk: Borduen 16', Principal 8', Flauten 8', Quintatön 8', Violon Douce 8', Octav 4', Hohlflaut 4' – 2 fach, Superoctav 2', Mixtur 5-6 fach, Piffaro Douce 2 fach, Cornet 5-6 fach, Hautbois 8'. Brustwerk: Principal Doux 8', Flaut Douce 8', Quintatön 8', Violoncell 8', Rohrflaut 4', Querflaut 4', Flaut Travers 4' – 2-fach, Flageolet 2', Piffaro 5-6 fach, Cornet 8-11 fach, Vox Humana 8', Hautbois 8', Tremulant. Brustpedal: Quintatönbaß 16', Superoctavbaß 8', Flaut Dolce 8', Violoncellbaß 8', Hohlflautbaß 4', Cornetbaß 10-11 fach, Sesquialter 6-7 fach, Trompetbaß 8', Fagotbaß 8'. Hauptpedal: Contrabaß 32' – 2 fach, Subbaß 32', Octavbaß 16', Violonbaß 16' – 2 fach, Mixturbaß 5-6 fach, La Force (C) 49 fach, Carillon Pedal 2', Bombardbaß 16', Posaunenbaß 16'. Accessories: Cymbala (Zimbelstern), Rossignol (Nachtigall), Cuculus (Kuckuk), Tympanum (Pauke), 2 Glockenspiele mit 55 Glocken. Couplers: Hauptwerk - Oberwerk, Oberwerk - Unterwerk, Unterwerk - Brustwerk, Pedal - Hauptwerk, Pedal - Oberwerk, Kronpositivcopplung. The organ in the Jacobijnerkerk in Leeuwarden, Friesland (The Netherlands) was built by Christian Müller in 1727. Most changes to the organ were corrected during the last restoration. Hoofdwerk: Prestant 16' – 2 ranks from g', Octaaf 8' – 2 ranks from c', Roerfluit 8', Octaaf 4', Quint 3', Superoctaaf 2', Mixtuur IV-VIII sterk (2'), Scherp IV-VI sterk (1'), Trompet 16' - 1727/1978, Trompet 8' - 1727/1978. Rugwerk: Prestant 8' – 2 ranks from a, Roerfluit 8' - 1727/1978, Octaaf 4' - 1727/1978, Octaaf 2', Cornet VI sterk (8') (discant) - 1978, Sesquialter II sterk (2 2/3'), Mixtuur IV-VIII sterk (1 1/3') - 1727/1978, Trompet 8' - 1727/1978, Tremulant - 1978. Echowerk: Baarpijp 8', Quintadeen 8', Viola di Gamba 8', Octaaf 4' - 1727/1978, Gemshoorn 4' - 1727, Nasard 3' - 1727, Nachthoorn 2' - 1727, Sexquialter II-IV sterk (2 2/3') - 1978, Cimbel III sterk (1/5') - 1978, Dulciaan 8' - 1978, Vox Humana 8' - 1978, Tremulant - 1978. Pedaal: Prestant 16' - 1727/1885, Bourdon 16' - 1727/1821, Octaaf 8' - 1727, Octaaf 4' - 1727, Quint 3' - 1978, Mixtuur III sterk (2') - 1978, Bazuin 16' - 1727, Trompet 8' - 1727, Trompet 4' - 1727. Couplers: Pedaal - Hoofdwerk, Pedaal - Rugwerk, Rugwerk - Hoofdwerk.
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Johann Sebastian Bach: Matthäus-Passion BWV 244, Part 1 - Ton Koopman (HD 1080p)
 
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Faces of Classical Music http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/ • Watch also: Johann Sebastian Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV 244 – Thomanerchor Leipzig, Georg Christoph Biller (HD 1080p) http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/2015/04/johann-sebastian-bach-st-matthew.html Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) ♪ St Matthew Passion - Matthäus-Passion, BWV 244 (1727, Leipzig) - Part 1 Cornelia Samuelis, soprano Bogna Bartosz, alto Jörg Dürmüller, tenor Paul Agnew, tenor Ekkehard Abele, baritone Klaus Mertens, bass Amsterdam Baroque Choir Cappella Breda Boys Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra Conductor: Ton Koopman Live St. Joris Church, Amersfoort, Netherlands (03/22/2005 - 03/23/2005) (HD 1080p) Watch also: Johann Sebastian Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV 244 – Thomanerchor Leipzig, Georg Christoph Biller (HD 1080p) http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/2015/04/johann-sebastian-bach-st-matthew.html • Faces of Classical Music http://facesofclassicalmusic.blogspot.gr/
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck Keyboard Works I,Ton Koopman
 
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http://www.amazon.com/Sweelinck-Keyboard-Music-Ton-Koopman/dp/B00005ND44/ref=sr_1_cc_2?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1364993922&sr=1-2-catcorr&keywords=koopman+sweelinck Original flemish virginals and harpsichords,copy after Ruckers by Kroesbergen
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Bach, J.S.  Organ Works
 
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Álbum: J.S. Bach: Organ Works Artista: Wolfgang Rübsam, Orgão Compositor: Bach, Johann Sebastian [Eisenach, Alemanha, 21/03/1685 - Leipzig, Alemanha, 28/07/1750] Ano de Gravação: 1995 As seis Suites Inglesas são conhecidas com este título porque foram escritas para um nobre Inglês: J. N. Forkel, 1802 - Gravadora Naxos Imagens do Barroco Gênero: Barroco - Barroco é o estilo artístico que floresceu entre o final do século XVI e do século XVIII, inicialmente na Itália, difundindo-se em seguida pelos países católicos da Europa e da América, antes de atingir, em uma forma modificada, as áreas protestantes e alguns pontos do Oriente. Na música o barroco é considerado com Monteverdi até a morte de Bach em 1750. 01. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 535 0:00 02. Bach: O Gott, du frommer Gott, BWV 767 8:35 03. Bach: Trio in G Minor, BWV 584 27:03 04. Bach: Chorale Preludes - Valet will ich dir geben, BWV 736 30:28 05. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV 550 35:50 06. Bach: Canzona in D Minor, BWV 588 44:07 07. Bach: Chorale Preludes - Wir glauben all' an einen Gott, BWV 740 53:05 08. Bach: Alla breve in D Major, BWV 589 59:41
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J. S. Bach - Fantasia and Fugue for organ in G minor BWV 542 - Ton Koopman Organ
 
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Composed in 1708 Fugue at 5:08 Ton Koopman, Organ Fr a jazz-voice transcription by Swingle Singers see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu6t7ZRd0mQ Fantasias, Preludes & Fugues for Organ-Koopman playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=63E24E1C747AF79A
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J.S. Bach  Magnificat Ton Koopman BWV 243 Full album Lyrics - ArcaDellaMemoria
 
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BWV 243a http://www.arcadellamemoria.blogspot.com/ncr ArcaDellaMemoria: Video. Ton Koopman J. S. Bach Magnificat BWV 243 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir - Full album Lyrics http://www.arcadellamemoria.blogspot.com/ncr/2011/12/video-ton-koopman-j-s-bach-magnificat.html ArcaDellaMemoria J.S. Bach Magnificat BWV 243 Complete 33:44 min. "Live Music" Concerto Orchestra Bach "Classical Music" "Johann Sebastian Bach" ArcaDellaMemoria - Musica dal Tempo "J.S. Bach" Magnificat "BWV 243" BWV 243 ArcaDellaMemoria "Live Music" Concerto Orchestra Bach "Classical Music" "Johann Sebastian Bach" eo: http://youtu.be/r4zvjV4_sAY J.S. Bach Magnificat Ton Koopman BWV 243 Full album Lyrics - ArcaDellaMemoria Bach Magnificat BWV 243 D major Koopman - BWV 243a Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir - Full album Lyrics Deborah York, soprano I Bogna Bartosz, soprano II & alto Jörg Dürmüller, tenor Klaus Mertens, bass Ton Koopman BWV 243 not BWV 243. This is BWV 243a, an earlier version with extra four chorals inserted. bach magnificat koopman bach magnificat
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[EuroArts 2050349] Koopman Plays Bach
 
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Dutch organist and harpsichordist Ton Koopman is one of the most distinguished Bach interpreters of our time. On this DVD, he is featured interpreting Johann Sebastian Bachs greatest organ works, including the popular Toccata in D minor and the Fugue in G minor. He plays on the world-famous Silbermann Organ in Freiberg (Saxony). The organ was completed in 1714 and thoroughly restored in 1982/1983 and it closely retains its original condition. Bach adored his contemporary Gottfried Silbermanns organs for their exquisite sound and the recording allows the listener to enjoy this sound to the full while offering a closer look at this marvellously crafted instrument. In the second part of this DVD Ton Koopman is At Home with Bach! He plays favourite harpsichord pieces and accompanies the eminent Bach Singer Klaus Mertens in popular arias. The programme was filmed in the enchanting Gohlis Castle near Leipzig, a late baroque jewel built in 1755. An enlightening Behind-the-Scenes Picture Gallery completes this masterly DVD. REPERTOIRE: J.S. Bach: Toccata in D minor, Fugue in G minor, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele; At home with Bach (Arias and Harpsichord Pieces) Willst du dein Herz mir schenken, Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen, komm, süsser Tod, Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen Amore traditore etc.; Toccata in G minor, Chorales, Minuets BONUS: Behind-the-Scenes Picture Gallery RELEASED: September 2004 http://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=2050349
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Johann Ludwig Krebs Organ Works Vol 1,Weinberger
 
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info and buy: http://www.amazon.com/Johann-Ludwig-Krebs-Beatrice-Maria-Weinberger/dp/B00009QGDA
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Bach Organ Works: Concerti
 
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01. BWV 592: Concerto in G - 1. [Allegro] (03:24) 02. BWV 592: Concerto in G - 2. Grave (02:23) 03. BWV 592: Concerto in G - 3. Presto (02:02) 04. BWV 593: Concerto in a - 1. [Allegro] (04:03) 05. BWV 593: Concerto in a - 2. Adagio (03:21) 06. BWV 593: Concerto in a - 3. Allegro (04:10) 07. BWV 594: Concerto in C - 1. [Allegro] (07:03) 08. BWV 594: Concerto in C - 2. Recitativo: Adagio (01:18) 09. BWV 594: Concerto in C - 3. Allegro (08:39) 10. BWV 595: Concerto in C (03:48) 11. BWV 596: Concerto in d - 1. [Allegro] (01:09) 12. BWV 596: Concerto in d - 2 & 3. Grave; Fuga (04:03) 13. BWV 596: Concerto in d - 4. Largo e spiccato (02:43) 14. BWV 596: Concerto in d - 5. [Allegro] (03:28) Bach Organ Works: Concerti by James Kibbie is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.
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J S  Bach: Organ Works - Simon Preston CD 1
 
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1-3 Trio Sonata No.1 in E flat major, BWV 525 4-6 Trio Sonata No.2 in C minor, BWV 526 7-9 Trio Sonata No.3 in D minor, BWV 527 10-12 Trio Sonata No.4 in E minor, BWV 528 13-15 Trio Sonata No.5 in C major, BWV 529 16-18 Trio Sonata No.6 in G major, BWV 530 Recording: Klais Organ, st. Katharina, Blankenberg (nr. Bonn), February 1993
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