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Organ Work

thu 23 apr 2020 12:00 

Early music played on authentic organs, compiled by Hans Beek.
In the 96th episode of Organ Work, you can listen to live concert recordings, made during the 2019 Schnitger Meets festival in Groningen.

You can listen to a concert by students who participated in masterclasses and played the organ in the Martinikerk. Additionally, you will hear the first part of Wolfgang Zerer’s concert, playing the Hinsz-organ in Roden.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
1 Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 535
2 Andante in E, BWV 528
Peter Loydl and Yasuko Chida, organ Martinikerk, Groningen

Vincento Allevato

Dieterich Buxtehude (1637-1707)
3 Te Deum Laudamus
Vincento Allevato, organ Martinikerk, Groningen

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
4 Herzliebster Jesu was hast du verbrochen
Peter Loydl, organ Martinikerk, Groningen

Johann Sebastian Bach
5 Toccata and fugue in E, BWV 566
Hyunsun Park, organ Martinikerk, Groningen
(Live recorded on 2 August 2019, technique: Hans Beek)

Johann Sebastian Bach
6 Prelude in G BWV 568
7 Duet in G BWV 894
8 Prelude in D, BWV 877/1
9 Fugue in D, BWV 853/2
Wolfgang Zerer, Hinsz-organ in Roden
(Live recorded on 2 August 2019, technique: Hans Beek)

 

Photo: Wolfgang Zerer

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